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ANNUAL 



NORTH CAROLINA 

BAPTIST 
STATE CONVENTION 



1907 



RALEIGTI : 

PRESSES OF THE EDWARDS & BROUGHTON PRINTING COirPAXT. 

1907. 



PRINCIPAL CONTENTS. 



Constitution, 4 — Officers, 6 — Boards, 7 — Trustees, 8. 

Proceedings 9-69 

Organization, 9-12 — Order of Business, 11. 

Committees for this Session 9, 10, 12, 13, 31, 36 

Committees for next Session 12, 42, 48, 54, 59, GO, 63 

Eeports of Boards: Missions and Sunday Schools, 13 — Ministerial 
Education, 44 — Ministerial Relief, 61 — Trustees of Orphanage, 31 — 
Trustees of Wake Forest College, 57 — Trustees of Baptist Univer- 
sity for Women, 37. 

Reports of Committees: Orphanage, 33— Sunday Schools, 36 — Home 
Missions, 39 — Ministerial Education, 43 — State Missions, 46 — For- 
eign Missions, 48 — Secondary Schools, 53 — Temperance, 54 — Peri- 
odicals, 55 — Woman's Work, 59 — Obituaries, 64. 

Resolutions: Orphanage Infirmary, 34 — Chowan Institute and Oxford 
Seminary, 52— Seminary Endowment, 52 — Board of Education 
Funds, 56 — Retirement of Editors Bailey and Oates, 56 — Enter- 
tainment, 58 — Laymen's Movement, 59- — Place of Next Meeting, 60 
—Secretary Broughton, 60— Secretary Moore, 60— Thanks, 63— W. 
C. T. U., 69— Prof. Mills, 69. 

Messages 10, 34, 35, 37, 53, 54, 69 

List of Messengers 70-75 

Proceedings of Pastors" Confeience 76, 77 

Statistics and Other Data 79-155 

Directory S. B. C, 79 — Southern Baptists and Summary, 80— Asso- 
ciational Statistics (59 tables), 81 — Summary of Associational Sta- 
tistics, 113 — Sunday School Statistics, 115 — Blanks and Contribu- 
ting Churches, 116 — Associational Directory, 117 — North Carolina 
Missionaries, 118— Baptist Schools, 119— Woman's Work, 120— 
W. M. U. Officers, 121— Colored Baptists in North Carolina, 122— 
North Carolina Students in Seminary, 121 — Historical Table, 122 — 
Ordained Ministers, 124 — Sunday School Superintendents, 135 — 
Summary, 149. 



CONSTITUTION. 



1. The Baptist State Convention shall be composed of three male 
representatives from each white Association in the State and one 
annual male representative appointed by the churches for every ten 
dollars contributed to its funds, and of such male life members as 
have been made so by the payment of thirty dollars at any one time 
to the Treasurer for the objects of the Convention. No church shall 
have more than ten representatives. No one shall be a member of the 
Convention who is not a member in good standing of a Baptist church 
in fellowship with us, and no other life member shall be made. 

2. The primary objects of the Convention shall be to encourage and 
support Wake Forest College; to educate young men called of God 
to the ministr)', and approved by the churches to which they belong ; 
to encourage education among all the people of the State; to support 
the gospel in all the destitute sections of the State and of the Southern 
Baptist Convention; to send the gospel to the nations who have it not; 
to encourage the distribution and study of the Bible and a sound re- 
ligious literature; to assist Baptist churches in the erection of suitable 
houses of worship ; to encourage the proper care of indigent orphan 
children and destitute and aged ministers of the gospel, and to co-operate 
with the Southern Baptist Convention in all its departments of labor. 

3. This Convention shall meet annually, on Wednesday after the first 
Sunday in December. 

4. The officers of the Convention shall be a President, three Vice- 
Presidents, a Recording Secretary and an Assistant, a Corresponding 
Secret' ry, a Treasurer, an Auditor, and five Trustees, all of whom, 
except the Trustees (who shall serve during the pleasure of the Con- 
vention ) , shall be elected annually by direct ballot. 

5. The President shall preside and enforce order in accordance with 
Dr. Kerfoot's Parliamentary Law. One of the Vice-Presidents shall 
preside in the absence of the President. 

G. The Recording Secretary and his Assistant shall record the pro- 
ceedings, collect and preserve statistics of the denomination, and pub- 
lish and distribute the Minutes. 

7. The Treasurer shall receive all funds represented in the Conven- 
tion; make public acknowledgement of the same each week through the 
Biblical Recorder; give his bond to the Trustees; forward, at least 
once a month, all contributions to their destination; at every meeting 
of the Convention make a full report of his receipts and disbursements, 
and, on retiring from his office, turn over to his successor all moneys, 
papers and books belonging thereto. 

8. The Trustees shall secure and hold the title to any and all property 
belonging to, or which may be acquired bj', the Convention and take a 



CONSTITUTION. 

sufficient bond of the Treasurer. The terms, conditions and amount of 
the bond shall be fixed by the Trustees, and in case the Treasurer shall 
refuse or neglect to give his bond within thirty days after his election, 
the Trustees shall have power to elect a Treasurer. They shall report 
annually to the Convention. 

9. The Auditor shall, prior to each annual meeting of the Conven- 
tion, examine carefully all the receipts, disbursements, vouchers, papers 
and books of the Treasurer, and his certificate to the facts in the case 
shall be attached to the Treasurer's report. 

10. The Corresponding Secretary shall solicit contributions to the 
objects of the Convention, assist the Board of Missions and Sunday 
Schools in the employment and payment of missionaries, and labor to 
promote the cultivation and development of Christian benevolence. 

11. The Education Board shall, so far as it may be able, assist promis- 
ing and indigent young ministers seeking to prepare themselves for the 
more efficient preaching of the gospel. 

12. The Board of Missions and Sunday Schools shall encourage the 
churches to give liberally to all objects of the Convention; so far 
as the means at its disposal will allow, supply all destitute portions 
of the State with faithful and efficient ministers of the gospel ; give 
pecuniary aid, as far as can be secured, for building houses of worship 
at proper points in the State, and in cases where pecuniary aid can not 
be given, commend them to the beneficence of the churches; encourage 
the distribution and study of the Bible and a sound religious literature 
in the homes, in the churches and in the Sunday Schools; encourage 
Sunday School Conventions and Institutes; continue, and so far as it 
may be able and the growth of this work may require, enlarge the 
Baptist Book Store, and co-operate with the missionary and Sunday 

•School work of the Southern Baptist Convention. The Board shall ap- 
point of their number a committee of seven, to whom shall be com- 
mitted the Sunday School work, and the nomination for approval by the 
Board of a Sunday School Secretary or secretaries to prosecute the 
work within the bounds of the Convention. The Board shall also ap- 
point three of their number who shall be the managers of the Baptist 
Book Store, and as may be necessary from time to time report its con- 
dition to the Board. 

13. The Board shall be appointed annually, and report to each session 
of the Convention. 

14. The Convention year shall close one week before the annual meet- 
ing of the body. 

15. The Boards of the Convention shall fix the compensation of their 
respective officers, and that of the Treasurer and Corresponding Secre- 
tary of the Convention. 

IG. This Constitution may be changed or amended by two-thirds of 
the representatives in attendance at any annual session voting in the 
affirmative. 



OFFICERS. 

PRESIDENT: 

J. B. CARLYLE Wake Forest 

VICE-PRESIDENTS : 

A. D. WARD . . : New Bern 

L. R. PRUETT Charlotte 

C. A. JENKENS Statesville 

RECORDING SECRETARIES: 

N. B. BROUGIITOX Raleigh 

HIGHT C. MOORE Raleigh 

TREASURER : 

WALTERS DURHAM Raleigh 

AUDITOR : 

F. H. BRIGGS Raleigh 

CORRESPONDING SECRETARY: 

LIVINGSTON JOHNSON Raleigh 

TRUSTEES : 

W. C. TYREE Raleigh 

G. C. BRIGGS Waj-nesville 

N. BIGGS Scotland Neck 

C. B. AYCOCK GokUboro 

D. L. GORE Wilmington 



BOARDS OF THE CONVENTION. 

1907-1908 



BOAED OF MISSIONS AND SUNDAY SCHOOLS, RALEIGH. 

John E. Ray, J. R. Hunter, J. S. Allen, J. D. Boushall, C. B. Edwards, 
A. D. Hunter, J. B. Boone, J. M. Broughton, A. B. Forrest, S. W. Brewer, 
N. B. Broughton, R. E. Neighbor, J. H. Smith, E. L. Middleton, F. P. 
Hobgood, J. N. Holding, W. C. Tyree, C. J. Hunter, W. N. Jones, 
J. C. Scarborough, C. M. Beach, E. S. Dunn, J. D. Hufhara, H. C. 
Dockery, C. M. Cooke, W. L. Poteat, J. T. Pullen, J. W. Bailey, J. 
P. Wyatt, Chas. L. Smith, L. R. Pruett, W. A. Cooper, R. N. Simms, C. 
W. Blanehard, W. R. Cullom, J. H. Weathers, T. J. Taylor, T. M. 
Pittman, T. B. Moseley, Wm. Lunsford, H. H. Hulten, A. I. Jus- 
tice, R. A. Sentell, A. H. Sims, R. L. Patton, J. Y. Joyner, J. W. Den- 
mark, Walters Durham, R. T. Vann, M. L. Kesler, E. E. Bomar, C. A. 
Jenkens, E. F. Aydlett, A. Johnson, N. A. Dunn, J. C. Massee, C. F. 
Meserve, P. G. Elsom, J. S. Farmer, C. H. Poe, T. B. Parker, J. S. Pear- 
son, A. T. Gotten, C. G. Wells, W. R. Gwaltney, T. M. Arrington, R. S. 
Stephenson, B. W. N. Simms, J. H. Tucker, B. W. Spilman. 

AssociATioxAL MEMBERS. — Alleghany and Grayson, R. L. Doughton; 
Ashe, H. A. Eller; Alexander, L. P. Gwaltney; Beulah, J. E. Jordan; 
Bladen, F. S. Averitt; Brier Creek, N. T. Jarvis; Brushy Mountain, R. 
A. Spainhour; Brunsicick, D. I. Watson; Buncomhe, A. E. Brown; 
Caldwell, J. V. McCall; Carolina, T. J. Rickman; Cedar Creek, D. C. 
Rogers; Central, A. C. Green; Catawba River, E. McK. Goodwin; 
Cape Fear, A. H. Porter; Chowan, A. F. 'Ro-anivee; Eastern, C. E. Dan- 
iel ; Elldn, J. I. Dimette ; Flat River, T. H. Street ; French Broad, R. L. 
Moore; Green River, C. B. Justice; Haywood, J. L. Morgan; Johnston, 
J. M. Beaty; King's Mountain, A. C. Irvin; Liherty, C. M. Wall; Liberty 
and Ducktoicn, J. F. McGee; Little River, C. P. Norris; Macon, W. L. 
Bradley; Mecklenburg and Cabarrus, W. M. Lyles; Mitchell, L. H. 
Green; Montgomery, W. M. Bostick; Mt. Zion, W. C. Barrett; Neuse-At-' 
lantic, R. D. Cross; New Found, R. H. Hipps; Pee Dee, T. W. Chambliss; 
Piedmont, C. E. Maddry; Pilot Mountain, H. A. Brown; Raleigh, W. R. 
Beach; Robeson, C. H. Durham; Sandy Creek, C. L. Dowell; South Fork, 
W. H. Reddish; South River, John A. Gates; South Yadkin, J. N. 
Stallings; Stanly, E. F. Eddins; Stone Mountain, J. S. Kilby; Surry, 
J. G. Burrus; Tar River, N. Biggs; Tennessee River, J. S. Woodard; 
Three Forks, J. C. Horton; Transylvania, E. Allison; Tuckaseigee, 
T. C. Bryson; Union, J. W. Bivens; West Chowan, L. M. Curtis; Western 
North Carolina, J. T. Plott; Yadkin, M. L. Woodhouse; Yancey, B. B. 
Riddle; Wilmington, D. L. Gore. 



O BOARDS OF THE COXVENTIOX. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION, WAKE FOREST. 

Chas. E. Taylor, W. L. Poteat, J. F. Lanneau, W. B. Royall, W. R. 
Cullom, C. E. Brewer, J. W. Bailey, W. S. Rankin, T. E. Holding, J. B. 
Carlyle, J. H. Gorrell, W. B. Dunn^ B. F. Sledd, J. L. Lake, J. C. Fowler, 
G. W. Paschal, L. R. Mills, J. B. Powers, R. E. Royall, N. Y. Gulley, 
E. W. Sikes, W. M. Dickson, J. L. Allen, J. W. LjTicli, L. Johnson, W. 
W. Holding, Z. V. Peed, R. B. White, E. W. Timberlake, A. A. Crater, 
E. P. Ellington. 



MINISTERS' RELIEF BOARD, DURHAM. 

C. J. Thompson, J. F. McDuffie, W. C. Barrett, H. A. Foushee, J. W. 
Downey, O. W. Triplett, R. H. Riggsbee, A. L. Phipps, W. J. Brogden. 



TRUSTEES OF WAKE FOREST COLLEGE, WAKE FOREST. 

A. D. Ward, President; C. J. Hunter, Secretary; E. F. Aydlett, J. 
W. Bailey, N. Biggs, J. B. Boone, N. B. Broughton, C. M. Cooke, W. 
E. Daniel, H. C. Doekery, W. C. Dowd, W. J. Ferrell, A. R. Foushee, 
W. C. Tyree, W. R. Gwaltney, F. P. Hobgood, J. N. Holding, J. D. Huf- 
ham, S. Mclntyre, E. Y. Webb, J. T. J. Battle, L. Johnson, J. W. Lynch, 
R. H. Marsh, C. W. Mitchell, G. A. Norwood, Jr., J. M. Parrott, J. B. 
Richardson, R. E. Royall, J. C. Scarborough, J. A. Campbell, J. F. 
Spainhour, E. W. Timberlake, J. H. Tucker, R. T. Vann. 



TRUSTEES BAPTIST UNIVERSITY FOR WOMEN, RALEIGH. 

W. N. Jones, President; C. E. Holton, Vice-President ; John E. Ray, 
Secretary; John T. PuUen, Treasurer; J. W. Bailey, S.* W. Brewer, E. 
McK. Goodwin, Jasper C. ISIassee, J. N. Holding, Carey J. Hunter," 
Livingston Johnson, J. Y. Joyner, M. L. Kesler, W. C. Tyree, ^V. L. 
Poteat, J. D. Boushall, N. B. Broughton, W. E. Daniel, R. W. Winston, 
Fred D. Hale, C. B. Justice, R. N. Simms, 0. L. Stringfield, Stephen 
Mclntyre. T. S. Franklin. 



TRUSTEES OF THE ORPHANAGE, THOMASVILLE. 

W. R. Gwaltney, President; J. A. Durham, H. F. Shenck, C. E. Holton, 
John C. Whitty, Henry C. Doekery, J. S. ^Montague, Thomas Carrick, 
R. A. Spainhour, F. P. Hobgood, Noah Biggs, E. F. Aydlett, John C. 
Scarborough, John E. Ray, Stephen Mclntyre, C. W. Mitchell, J. W. 
Noell. 




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PROCEEDINGS 

OF THE 



North Carolina Baptist State Convention. 



SEVENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL SESSION. 



Wilmington, N^. C, December 4, 1907. 

The Baptist State Convention of North Carolina met ac- 
cording to appointment at 7 :30 p. m. in the meeting-house of 
the First Baj^tist Church. 

After singing "How firm a foundation, ye saints of the 
Lord," reading of Scripture by G. T. Lumpkin, and prayer 
with Braxton Craig leading, the Convention Sermon was 
preached by the appointee, W. R. Bradshaw^ General Evange- 
list for the Western part of the State. Theme : "A ISTew Tes- 
tament Revival" ; text — Acts 2 :4, 37, 44. 

W. ]Sr. Jones, President of the previous session of the Con- 
vention, then assumed the chair and appointed the following 
as a Committee on Enrollment: T. M. Pittman, Henry 
Sheets, C. J. Hunter, A. W. Early, L. G. Cole and E. H. 
Piggsbee. 

At this point J. M. Frost, Corresponding Secretary of the 
Sunday School Board of IsFashville, Tenn., and P. G. Sey- 
mour, Missionary and Bible Secretary of the American Bap- 
tist Publication Society, Philadelphia, were recognized and 
welcomed to seats. 

T. M. Pittman, for the committee, reported 258 messen- 
gers present at this hour. 

!Nominations for President being in order, the present in- 
cumbent having aunounced that he could not accept renomi- 
nation, H. W. Battle nominated A. D. Ward and I. j!^. Loftin 
nominated J. B. Carlyle, each being seconded by several breth- 



10 MINUTES OF THE 

ren. The name of Brother Ward being withdrawn, at his 
request, the Secretary, by unanimous direction of the Conven- 
tion, cast the ballot of the body for J. B. Carlyle for Presi- 
dent, who thereupon was conducted to the chair and addressed 
the Convention. 

On motion, the President appointed the following Commit- 
tee to ISTominate the Bemaiuing Officers of the Convention: 
A. D. Hunter, C. W. Blanchard, J. J. Hall, J. T. AJderman 
and J. T. Jenkins. 

J. R. Sampcy, Professor in the Southern Baptist Theo- 
logical Seminary, being introduced to the body, presented the 
following communication from Xorth Carolina students in the 
Seminary : 
SOUTHERN BAPTIST THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, Louisville, Ky. 

The twenty-eight representatives of North Carolina Baptists now at 
this Institution to the North Carolina Baptist State Convention send 
greetings. 

We are praying that the blessings of God may attend your deliber- 
ations. We rejoice greatly in the success realized "from Cherokee to 
Cunituck"' during the present year. Most especially do we hail with 
delight the hope of renewed power which has come to Wake Forest 
College — the mother of most of us. May great prosperity attend your 
every institution. Let faith and efforts be commensurate with antici- 
pated, blessings. 

Pray for us, please, that we may "acquit ourselves like men," true 
to the best interests of the "Old North State" — "Carolina for Jesus." 

Last, but not least, we conuuend to your warm hearts and loving 
fellowship the dearly beloved representative of your Seminary, who 
so kindly bears from us to you this message of love and greeting. 
Grant to him a favorable hour and w^e fear not the consequences. 

P. S. Enclosed check of $25.00 for State Missions we send as a 
thank-oOVring from our meager purses. 

James M. Justice. 
C. M. IMuRcnisox, 
J. D. Howell. 

For y. C. Society. 

S. J. Porter, Field Secretary of the Foreign Mission Board 
of Richmond, and C. S. Blackwcll, pastor First Baptist 
Church of Xorfolk, were also introduced and welcomed. 

Fred. D. Hale, pastor of First Baptist Church of Wilming- 
ton, extended welcome on the part of the church and the city ; 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 11 

response was made on belmlf of the Convention by J. A. 
Campbell. 

J. C. Massee, for the Committee appointed a year ago, 
offered the following report on Order of Business, which, 
after amendments, was adopoted : 

WEDNESDAY. 

7:30 p. m. — Organization. 

8:30 p. m. — Convention Sermon. 

THURSDAY. 

9:00 a. m. — Devotional Exercises. 

9:30 a. m. — Report Board Missions and Sunday Schools. 
Report Board of Ministerial Education. 
10:00 a. m. — Orphanage. 
11:00 a. m. — Seminary. 

11:45 a. m. — ^American Baptist Publication Society. 
12:00 m.— Periodicals. 

3:00 p. m. — Devotional Exercises. 

3:15 p. m. — Report on Sunday Schools. 

3:45 p. m. — Sunday School Board. 

7:30 p. m. — Baptist University for Women. 

8:30 p. m. — Home Missions. 

FRIDAY. 

9:00 a. m. — Devotional Exercises. 

9:30 a. m. — Ministerial Education. 
10:00 a. m.— State Missions. 
11:00 a. m. — Foreign Missions. 
12:00 m. — Miscellaneous Matters. 

3:00 p. m. — Denominational Schools. 

4:00 p. m. — Temperance. 

7:30 p. m.— Wake Forest College. 

SATURDAY. 

9:00 a. m. — Devotional Exercises. 

9:30 a. m. — Miscellaneous Matters. 
10:00 a. m. — Lajanen's ^Movement. 
11:00 a. m. — Woman's Work. 
12:00 m.— Ministerial Relief. 

3:00 p. m.— Memorial Tributes. 

7:30 p. m. — Preaching. 

8:15 p. m. — Discussion of Evangelism. 

A. D. Himter, for the Committee, made the following 
report nominating the remaining officers, which was adopted : 



12 MINUTES OF THE 

Vice-Presidents — A. D. Ward, L. R. Pruett, C. A. Jenkens. 
Recording Secretaries — N. B. Broughton, Hight C. Moore. 
Treasurer — Walters Durham. 
Auditor — F. H. Briggs. 

Corresponding Secretary — Livingaton Johnson. 

Trustees— \\. C. Tyree, G. C. Briggs, N. Biggs, C. B. Aycock, D. L. 
Gore. 

The Convention then adjourned with benediction bj T. J. 
Taylor. 

SECOITD DAY— Morning Session. 

"Wilmington, ]Sr. C, December 5, 1907. 

The Convention reassembled at 9 a. m. ; devotional exer- 
cises were conducted by J. J. Hall. 

The proceedings of last night's session were read and ap- 
proved. 

The President appointed the following committees: 

Sunday Schools— B. W. Spilman, 0. R. Mangum, G. T. Watkins, H. H. 
Hiilten, I. N. Loftin, G. P. Harrill. 

State Missions— C. H. Durham, W. P. Campbell, J. C. Gillespie, C. G. 
Lowe, G. L. Merrell, T. L. Brown, W. B. Rivenback. 

Foreign Missions — E. E. Bomar, Wni. Hedley, D. I. Watson, C. C. 
Smith, W. T. Carter, S. W. Bennett, R. P. Walker. 

Woman's Work— II. E. Neighbor, R. E. Sentelle, C. L. Haywood, A. 
Johnson, J. J. Hall, F. P. Hobgood. 

To Arrange Order of Business for Next Session — IM. L. Kesler, W. C. 
Tyree, W. R. Culloni, Livingston Johnson, J. F. McDuffie, J. C. Scar- 
borough, C. J. Thompson. 

To Nominate Aged Ministers' Relief Board — J. W. Wildman, L. E. 
Tyner, V. M. Swaini, C. H. Xorris, J. K. Henderson, G. C. Duncan, A. 
C. Hamby. 

To Nominate Board of Education — ^A. A. Crater, C. H. Ul -, C. M. 
Beach, R. H. Jordan, A. C. Irvin, I. P. Hedgepeth, T. B. Justice. 

Orphanage — Braxton Craig, J. L. Autry, R. S. Green, J. R. Miller, 
I. P. Hedgepeth, G. G. O'Neill, A. H. Porter. 

Obituaries— J. A. Smith, E. W. Timberlake, J. B. Ferrebee, R. A. 
Moore, S. W. Hall, J. S. Smiley, J. H. Spaulding. 

Temperance — A. D. Ward, John A. Gates, G. T. Lumpkin, W. C. 
Peterson, R. A. Sentelle, Lee H. Battle, Fred D. Hale, H. H. Hulten. 

Place and Preachers for Next Session — ,T. T. Alderman, L. G. Cole, 
C. J. Hunter, I. M. Mercer, J. P. Greene, W. N. Gregory, A. B. Caudle. 

To Nominate Board of Missions and Sunday Schools — R. D. Cross, 
J. T. Elmore, W. L. Griggs, Henry Sheets, J. L. Shinn. W. P. Taylor, 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTIO:?^. 13 

Ministerial Education — C. J. Thompson, J. J. Beach, S. F. Bristow, 
Josiah Crudup, F. C. Ferguson, R. H. Herring, R. R. Moore. 

Home Missions — C. E. Maddry, S. F. Conrad, H. H. Mashburn, J. R. 
Doan, J. E. M. Davenport, J. B. Newton, J. M. Alderman. 

The rej)ort of the Board of Missions and Sunday Schools 
was presented as follows by Corresponding Secretary Living- 
ston Johnson: 

REPORT OF BOARD OF MISSIONS AND SUNDAY 
SCHOOLS, 1907. 

It is our great privilege and pleasure to present to the seventy 
seventh session of the Baptist State Convention, a report which fhows 
how wonderfully God has blessed us as a people during the Conven- 
tional year which is now closing. We lift our hearts in grateful 
praise to the Giver of all good. . • 

Under the blessing and guidance of God, our great denomination iias 
risen to a higher plane and has caught a broader vision. Tliir.a'^ 
that a few years ago were considered insurmountable difficulties, are 
now swept aside by the onward march of the hosts of the Lord, as they 
are led by the Lord of hosts. Tasks which, a decade ago, were con- 
sidered impossible, are now accomplished with marvelous ease. Now 
we can raise as much for State Missions in a week as was reported for 
the whole year when the Convention met in this church twenty-one 
years ago. 

We would be guilty of ingratitude, however, if we were to despise 
that day of small things. It was then, in the face of great difficulties, 
that the foundations were laid on which we are now building. It was 
then that the seeds were sown, the blessed harvests of which we are 
now reaping. "What hath God wrought," for "of him and through 
him and to him are all things ; to whom be glory forever. Amen." 

STATE MISSIONS. 

It is with pardonable pride and profound gratitude to God, that the 
Board points to this church as the first fruit of its labors. At the 
third session of the Convention, held in 1832, a hundred dollars was 
appropriated to the church at Wilmington, on condition that they se- 
cure a man, as pastor, who would be acceptable to the Convention. 
This was the first appropriation that the Board ever made to a local 
church. It is also worthy of note that the Southside Church, the only 
point in this city which the Board is now aiding, will relinquish its 
claim for aid, to some point of greater need. While the city of Wil- 
mington no longer asks for aid, there is much destitution within the 
bounds of the Wilmington Association. Indeed from almost every 
quarter of the State there comes the Macedonian cry. 

We have 161 Missionaries at work in 51 associations. In this num- 
ber are included Associational Missionaries, who made their reports 
to the Board. 



14 MINUTES OF THE 

The following figures will give some idea of their work for the year: 

Number of sermons preached 19,092 

Churches supplied 270 

Out stations supplied 106 

Eeligious visits : 21,731 

Baptisms 2,372 

Added by letter 1,345 

Conversions 3,229 

Protracted meetings 347 

Churches building 57 

Churches finished 22 

Churches organized 20 

Bibles and Testaments distributed -- 1,077 

Tracts distributed 11,593 

FUNDS RAISED BY MISSIONARIES. 

Paid on salary $20,105.41 

Paid on churches 22,927.70 

State Missions 2,769.11 

Assoeiational Missions ...- 771.72 

Foreign Missions 1,833.38 

Home Missions ..- 1,481.87 

Education 582.53 

Orphanage _ 1. 918.97 

Sunday Schools 212.65 

Ministerial Relief _ 285.75 

OtJter objects 2,198.92 



Total $55,088.01 

SUNDAY SCHOOLS ON MISSION FIELDS. 

Number of schools 256 

Pupils _ 14,743 

Officers and teachers 1,523 

Number of conversions 1,266 

Number of church members in Sunday schools 3,828 

Number of schools organized 69 

Contributed for expenses $3,118.12 

Contributed for State Missions 88.72 

Contributed for Orphanage 814.12 

Other objects 965.75 

There have been a hundred and fifty-five more baptisms and three 
hundred and thirty more conversions reported this year than last. 

The total amount raised by the Missionaries was $2,164.26 more 
than last year. It is very gratifying to note that the increase in con- 
tributions has been to the objects of the Convention. It is a fact that 
our Mission churches, according to ability, are the largest contributors 
to our denominational work. Being themselves beneficiaries of the 



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Mission Board, they grow up with the Missionary spirit; and being 
required to contribute to all objects of the Convention, they are symme- 
trical in their development. Thus we are increasing, year by year, our 
denominational strength, by adding to our list churches that are trained 
to give systematically and liberally. This is one of the most import- 
ant results of State Mission work. 

EVANGELISTS. 

The earnest requests from many of our Missionaries for strong men 
to aid them in their meetings, and the inability of the Board to comply 
with these requests, seemed to make necessary the appointment of 
evangelists for this special work. In its report to the last Conven- 
tion the Board recommended that two evangelists be employed. The 
Convention, by adopting that recommendation, instructed the Board to 
employ two brethren, one for the East and one for the West, to aid 
the Missionaries in their meetings. 

Brethren Braxton Craig and W. R. Bradshaw were chosen as Evangel- 
ists. Brother Craig began his labors the first of March and Brother 
Bradshaw, the first of April. 

Following is a summary of their work: 

Braxton Craig — • 

Meetings held 14 

Confessions 245 

Baptisms 91 

Received by letter 13 

Restored .; 6 

Collected for State Missions $331.77 

Traveling expenses 75.82 

W. R. Bradshaw — 

Meetings held 10 

Confessions 198 

Baptisms 70 

Received by letter 25 

Restored 1, 

Collected for State Missions $329.56 

Traveling expenses 70.60 

The total expense of the evangelists was $1,646.42 

They collected for State Missions 061.53 

Actual cost of work above receipts $ 984.89 

When it is remembered that these meetings, with very few excep- 
tions, were held with weak Mission points, the financial showing is 
quite creditable. It should be stated also, that the Executive Com- 
mittee, to whom was referred the oversight of this work, instructed 
the Evangelists not to make the financial feature prominent, but to put 
the emphasis on soul winning. 



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It is impossible for the Corresponding Secretary to reach more than 
half of the Associations during any one season. The Executive Com- 
mittee instructed the Evangelists to aid the Secretary during the most 
crowded period. Brother Bradshaw spent parts of August, September 
and October visiting Associations in the West, and Brother Craig spent 
October in Associational meetings in the East. Wherever these brethren 
went they were warmly received and gladly heard, and without ex- 
ception, the Associations made a marked advance in their pledges for 
next year. By the aid of the Evangelists nearly all of the Associations 
were reached this year which, doubtless, means much for the future of 
all our work. 

It is the opinion of j'our Board that the Evangelist for the West 
should give practically all of his time to the work of enlisting, or- 
ganizing and developing the churches. The West is fairly well evangel- 
ized, but is sadly lacking in the matter of development. 

The results of this year's work amply justify us in recommending 
that both the Evangelists aid the Corresponding Secretary during the 
associational period, by visiting such of the Associations as the Secre- 
tary can not reach. 

FINANCIAL. 

Last year the contributions to State Missions and Sunday Schools 
reached the sum $30,529.03. The last Convention left to the discretion 
of the Board the amount to be appropriated, provided, the appropria- 
tions did not go beyond $40,000.00. At its meeting soon after the Con- 
vention, the Board appropriated $39,500.00. Men could not be secured 
for some of the fields, and the appropriations for those fields were un- 
claimed. Two or three Missionaries resigned before the year closed. 
The actual amount to be raised was $38,059.00. Of course this in- 
cluded what is known as Associational Missions. The Treasurer's 
report shows that he has received for State Missions and Sunday 
Schools, $37,968.96. There was a balance to the credit of State Mis- 
sions, brought over from last year, of $582.35. This added to the 
amount received makes the total $38,651.31. 

Grateful acknowledgement is hereby made to the Sunday School 
Board for their generosity in donating to the Sunday School Depart- 
ment a sufficient sum to pay the salary of Brother ^Moore from the first 
of September to the close of the Conventional year. 

woman's work. 

The work of our women, as usual, has made fine progress during the 
year. We can not too strongly commend the work of the societies. 
As much as they are doing to advance the Kingdom of our Lord by 
their contributions of money, their most important work is that of 
disseminating information and awakening interest in the churches on 
the subject of Missions. The success of the societies in raising their 
Mission fimds is an unanswerable argument for the necessity of sys- 
tematic benevolence. We commend their example to the churches as 
worthy of emulation. With pleasure we give space for the inspiring 
report of the Central Committee. 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. lY 

REPORT OF CENTRAL COMMITTEE. 

The Woman's Missionary Union of North Carolina met in annual 
session at Goldsboro, April 9th-llth, providential causes preventing 
the holding of the meeting in Hickory as previously announced. At 
this session they reported $20,804.89 for Home, State and Foreign 
Missions. Thus encouraged they took as their prime object for the 
year 1907-1908, doubling the membership of the existing societies and 
giving $25,000.00 to Home, State and Foreign Missions. The work hav- 
ing so largly increased, it became necessary at this session to elect a 
salaried Corresponding Secretary who should thus be enabled to give 
her entire time to the need of the societies. To the satisfaction of 
all, Mrs. Hight C. Moore, of Raleigh, N. C, was induced to accept this 
position which she has since ably filled. 

Following shortly on the meeting of the North Carolina Union, came 
the meeting of the General Woman's Missionary Auxiliary to the 
Southern Baptist Convention, in Richmond, Va. The General Union, 
inspired by the very marked advance of the past year, took as its 
motto for the opening twelve months larger things, and for its aim for 
Home and Foreign Missions, the magnificent sum of $200,000.00. 

It is needless to say that the North Carolina Societies who had but 
a few weeks before taken such large things, shared in the general im- 
pulse forward and since that time have made marked advance. The 
State aim for the year, on the request of the General Union, was in- 
creased to $26,410.00 and now stands as follows: 

State Missions $5,000.00 

Home Missions 7,500.00 

Foreign Missions 10,666.00 

Margaret Home for Missionaries' Children 100.00 

Support of Missionary Training School, Louisville, 

Kentucky 250.00 

Boxes ($2,500) and expenses ($500) of N. C. W. 

M. U 3,000.00 

• Total $26^410.00 

In this amount nothing is included for the effor.t now being made 
by the Woman's Missionary Union to raise, before May 14, 1908, the 
sum of $20,000.00 as the beginning of an endowment of $60,000.00 
for the Missionary Training School for which the Sunday School Board 
has generously given a handsome and commodious building costing 
$25,500.00. It is the desire of the Central Committee that our State 
may give $2,500.00 to this in the next six months. Such are our high 
desires. 

Seven months of our fiscal year have passed, since our State Annual 
Meeting and we bring you our Annual Report in hopeful mood. The 
number of Societies has increased beyond our expectation! A persistent 
effort has been made to enlarge the membership of Societies already or- 

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ganized; the number of Societies who report regularly each quarter is 
steadily increasing; many are raising their standard of liberality; 
many are studying this whole question of Missions with such thought 
and prayer as they have never before given to it. The Associational 
Vice-Presidents on whom so much of the success of this undertaking 
depends, are taking a stronger grasp of their work; the unity which 
has ever marked the North Carolina Societies continues unbroken 
and the sympathy and help of the pastors constantly increases. 

The Xorth Carolina women, through their State Union, contest with 
South Carolina for the third place in the General Union, and promise 
to keep steady step with each forward movement in the larger things 
which are inspiring every branch of our effort for the hastening of 
the Kingdom of our Lord. 

FINANCIAL REPORT FROM APRIL, 1906 TO APRIL, 1907. 

To Foreign Missions $6,666.55 

To Christmas Offering 2,206.47 

To Vice-President Missionary 35.80 

Total Foreign Missions $8,908.82 

To Home Missions $3,157.42 

To Self-Denial 1,566.05 

To Tichenor Memorial 606.40 

To Home Mission Boxes 2,505.90 

Total Home Missions $7,835.77 

To State Missions $3,620.72 

To Expense Fund 171.59 

To Margaret Home 148.39 

To Sunday School Board 6.18 

To Louisville Training School 60.92 

Quilts from Sunbeam Societies 52.50 

Total $20,804.89 

Of the above amount, the Young Ladies' Societies contributed — 

To Foreign Missions $499.92 

To Christmas Offering 132.89 

To Home Missions 194.02 

To Self-Denial 126.41 

To Home Mission Boxes 130.00 

To Tichenor Memorial 16.10 

To State Missions - 267.24 

To Margaret Home 25.67 

To Louisville Training School 5.00 

Total $1,397.25 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 19 

The Sunbeam Societies contributed — 

To Foreign Missions $713.25 

To Christmas Offering 219.21 

To Home Missions 369.43 

To Home Mission Boxes G9.92 

To Self-Denial Offering 73.18 

To Tichenor Memorial 14.40 

To State Missions 306.12 

To Sunday Schools 6.18 

To Margaret Home 15.11 

To Louisville Training School 1.62 

Total $1,788.42 

Miss Fannie E. S. Heck, President. 

Mrs. W. N. Jones, Treasurer. 

Mrs. Hight C. Moore, Cor. Secretary. 

Miss Maky K. Applewhite, Secretary Y. W. A. 

Miss Elizabeth Briggs, Band Superintendent. 



CONFERENCE WITH OUE COLORED BRETHREN. 

The Board was instructed by the last Convention to arrange for 
two or more public conferences to be held in the State, at which meet- 
ings questions of interest to both races should be discussed by repre- 
sentatives of each race. Only one conference was held. There were 
so many meetings of different kinds during the year, that no time 
suited to the convenience of all parties concerned, could be agreed 
upon, after the meeting of the first conference. 

The only meeting was held in Raleigh in February. While the at- 
tendance was disappointingly small, the conference was, by no means, 
a failure. Practical questions were discussed in a candid and fraternal 
spirit, and we believe that all who attended this conference were bene- 
fitted by it. 



SUNDAY SCHOOL WORK. 

Four years ago Brother Hight C. Moore was elected Sunday School 
Secretary. For years he had been a close and critical student of the 
Bible and had written the expositions of the Sunday School lessons 
for the Biblical Recorder. With such preparation it was not long until 
he became a Sunday School expert in the true sense. He has done a 
great deal to put the Sunday School work on a firm footing. Under 
his wise leadership North Carolina has taken her place at the very 
head of the column in the number and efficiency of her Sunday Schools. 

Besides doing a vast amount of work in the office and in the field, 
Brother Moore found time to enrich the columns of many of our 
papers both religious and secular. Dr. Frost, who heeds Paul's ad- 
monition to "covet earnestly the best gifts," has secured Brother 



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Moore as one of the Secretaries of the Sunday School Board of the 
Southern Baptist Convention. Tens of thousands of friends in the 
State will deeplj' regret to give him up, but their prayers and best 
wishes will go with him into his new and larger work. 



REPORT OF SUNDDAY SCHOOL C0]V1MITTEE. 

The following are the principal features and summary of the work 
of the Sunday School Department during the past year: 

FIELD WORK. 

The Secretary has been in the field 188 days visiting just 100 
churches and speaking 219 times. Appointments have been met in 
45 Associations, the following not being reached: Alexander, Al- 
leghany-Grayson, Bladen, Brimswick, Cape Fear-Columbus, Chowan, 
Mitchell, Montgomery, Sandy Run, South River, Stone ]Mountain, Surry, 
Union, Yadkin, and Yancey. Twelve Associational "meetings were at- 
tended: Pilot Mountain, Beulah, Piedmont, Brushy Mountain, Three 
Forks, South Yadkin, Kings Mountain, Sandy Creek, Wilmington, 
South Fork, Robeson, and Little River. Nine Sunday School Conven- 
tions were also attended: Tar River, Eastern, Stanly, Johnston, 
Liberty, Neuse-Atlantic, West Chowan, South Fork, and Brier Creek. 

In connection with the work in North Carolina the Secretary at- 
tended for ten days the special mid-winter lectures at our Seminary 
at Louisville and reported them in six articles for the Biblical Recorder; 
served at Nashville on a committee on Supplemental Work for our 
periodicals; spoke twice each at Greenville, S. C, and Atlanta; aided 
daily in the five days' Training School at Richmond; conducted a 
four days' Institute at Arcadia, Fla. ; and accompanied State Secretary 
J. D. Moore on an eight days' tour of Eastern South Carolina. 

THE APRIL TOUR. 

An attractive feature of our field work has been the annual Spring 
Tour of Institutes in which the State Secretary has been accompanied 
by Secretary Spilman. In 1905 the Tour included points along the 
southern side of the State from New Bern to Rutherfordton. In 1906 
points were visited along the northern side of the State from Eliza- 
beth City to Jefferson. The Tour for 1907 was planned for April 1-14, 
and included 20 churches in 14 Associations in the western part of the 
State, the boundary points being Asheville, Hot Springs, Ranger in 
Cherokee, Tryon, and Newton. It was greatly regretted that INIr. 
Spilman was detained by illness from the Tour; but the State Secre- 
tary met the various appointements and was gratified at the attend- 
ance and interest in the Institutes. 

FIELD workers' INSTITUTE. 

The five Field Secretaries of our Sunday School Beard at Nashville, 
in their ten days' tour of southern cities, were in Raleigh May 10-14. 
By arrangement of the Secretary and the Baptist Superintendents of 



BArTIST STATE CONVENTION. 21 

the city tlie Institute was held in the Tabernacle each day at 4 and 
8 p. m. A Normal Lesson was given each afternoon and at night after 
an opening service of song there was a half-hour Open Conference, fol- 
lowed by a thirty-minute address. Kev. B. W. Spilman spoke at both 
hours on the first day and he was followed on successive days by Mr. 
L. P. Leavell, Rev. Harvey Beauehamp, Rev. W. E. Brittain, and Rev. 
R. M. Inlow. It was a splendid opportunity for the goodly number 
of workers who attended. 

STATE SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSEMBLY. 

The Sunday School Assembly was held July 8-14, at Asheville. The 
general program for each day was a morning session from 10 to 1, and 
an evening session from 8 to 10, making a convenient daily schedule 
of five hours of Assembly work and leaving the afternoon for recreation. 
In addition to "Round Table" and "Target Practice" features, ad- 
dresses were delivered by a score of our own front-line workers and 
a half-dozen visiting specialists, including two State Sunday School 
Secretaries, (J. D. Moore, of South Carolina, and C. E. Crossland, of 
Alabama), two from our Sunday School Board force of Nashville, (Dr. 
I. J. VanNess and Rev. B. W. Spilman), Dr. T. B. j.>.ay, of the Foreign 
Mission Board of Richmond, Dr. J. F. Love, of the Home Mission 
Board of Atlanta, and Pastor W. A. Hooson, of Jacksonville. From 
every standpoint the Assembly was a success, except in attendance, 
which did not go much beyond 200, though tae meeting was fully ad- 
vertised in a "Sunday School Number" of the Biblical Recorder, and 
in a sixteen-page folder sent to our 2,000 pastors and superintendents. 
The failure to secure lower than the regular summer excursion rate 
over the railroads and the opening of the Jamestown Exposition enter 
partly into the account; yet denominaLional "key- workers" were pres- 
ent in unusual numbers and i..us the inlluence of the Assembly was 
far-reaching. 

OFFICE WORK. 

The work in the office has included the distribution of three or four 
thousand tracts; the sending out of about 7,500 letters; the perfecting 
and bringing up to date of our list of about 1,500 Sunday School 
superintendents; the tedious gathering, tabulation, and summarizing 
of our 1907 statistics; and the writing of special Sunday School 
articles for Biblical Recorder, North Carolina Baptist, Gharity and 
Children, Piedmont Evangelist, Little River Record, Central Baptist, 
(Mo.), Superintendents' Quarterly and Convention Teacher (Nash- 
ville. ) 

FINANCES. 

The total outlay required for the support of the Department for the 
entire year, including Secretary's salar}', stationery, printing, and 
traveling expenses, has been $1,771.70; but allowing on salary $200 
for last year's statistical work, (chargeable to the general fund), the 
amount for distinctive Sunday School service stands at $1,571.70. The 



22 MINUTES OF THE 

receipts for "Sunday School Missions" the past twelve months aggre- 
gate $1,653. Thus for the first time in its history this Department 
has been self-sustaining through direct contributions for its support. 
This announcement is made with peculiar joy and with glad anticipa- 
tion of the more aggressive work herebj'' made possible. 

STATISTICS. 

In our Southern brotherhood of fifteen States, (according to South- 
ern Baptist Convention Anniuil last May), North Carolina, with 
roundly 1,500 Sundaj' Schools, 10,000 officers and teachers and an 
enrollment of 120,000, stands first in number of Sunday Schools, though 
fifth in number of churches, and first in Sunday School enrollment, 
though fourth in church membership. With one-tenth of the church 
members and one-eleventh of the churches. North Carolina has one- 
seventh of the Sunday School scholars and one-eighth of the Sunday 
Schools in the Southern Baptist Convention. Such were the statistics 
for 1906. For the j^et more gratifying but still incomplete figiyes for 
1907, see the paragraph on "Sundaj' School Status," in Eeport of 
Statistical Secretary. 

SERVICES OF SECRETARY SPILIIAN. 

As in former years our field work has been greatly enriched by the 
services of Rev. B. W. Spilman, one of the Field Secretaries of our 
Nashville Sunday School Board. He spoke 42 times at 11 churches, 4 
of them being visited two or more times. Features of his work were: 
the tour of the Southern States with stop at Ealeigh; daily addresses 
before our Assembly at Asheville; the opening meeting at Blue Mont; 
the re-opening of the Second Church in Durham; the dedication ser- 
mon for the Kinston Church ; and the making of his last speech with 
the Board before the French Broad Association duriiig the Centennial 
Celebration at Mars Hill College. On September 1st, he assumed his 
duties as General Manager of the Southern Baptist Assembly Grounds 
at Blue Mont., N. C, a most promising project endorsed two years ago 
by our State Convention and last May by the Southern Baptist Con- 
vention. 

GRATEFUL ACKNOWLEDGEMENT 

is again made to our Sunday School Board of Nashville, Tenn., for 
its generosity to our work: the services of its Secretaries, all of whom 
have been gladly heard in the State during the year; permission to 
the present retiring State Secretary to round up his work in the State 
during the past three months without salary expense to the State 
Board; the donation of several hundred tracts for distribution; the 
gift of several supplies of free literature for needy mission schools; 
and a cash contribution of $200. 

FOUR years' SUMMARY. 

The field work of the Secretary for his entire term of service may 
be briefly summarized: The first year (ten months, February 1 to 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 23 

December 1, 1903), he spoke 222 times at 102 points in 36 Asso- 
ciations; the second year, about 200 times at about 100 points in 50 
Associations; the third year, 216 times at 120 churches in the entire 
60 Associations; and the fourth year, 219 times at just 100 churches 
in 45 Associations. He attended 23 Associational meetings the first 
year; 17, the second; 22, the third; and 12, the fourth, visiting also 
9 Sunday School Conventions. 

The support of the Department by direct contribution has been 
gratifying. The first year it was $830; the second, $1,138; the third, 
$1,166, (including expenses of the Mars Hill Training School and the 
Jackson Springs Sunday School Assembly) ; and the fourth year, 
$1,653. 

Four years ago our published Sunday School statistics roundly were 
1,200 schools with 8,000 officers and teachers and an enrollment of 
96,000. The figures for this year are 1,079 schools, 11,050 officers 
and teachers, and an enrollment of 139,467. 

RESIGNATION. 

Feeling it his duty at the call of our Nashville Sunday School 
Board to join in the Teacher-Training work of Southern Baptists, 
the Secretary, on August 17th, placed his resignation in the hands of 
the Sunday School Committee. It was accepted, the arrangement be- 
ing later effected whereby he though beginning work with the Sunday 
School Board September 1st, was yet permitted in connection with 
several outside engagements to complete the year's work in the State. 
A part of the letter of resignation laid before the Sunday School Com- 
mittee may fittingly conclude the present report: 

"For nearly four years we have wrought together for the better- 
ment and extension of the teaching service of our churches. Our rela- 
tions have been to me most delightful, and we are cheered by the evi- 
dences that our labors have not been in vain in the Lord. Our State- 
wide Sunday School work — in the local schools, in the Associations, 
and in the Convention as a whole — has made gratifying progress and, 
if we are faithful and persevering, far brighter years are just ahead. 

"In laying down the work to which you called me, I wish to record 
my heartfelt gratitude to you and the brotherhood for your unfailing 
help, sympathy and support. Stimulated by your considerate super- 
vision, welcomed and used by the brethren of every part of the State, 
and blessed of the Lord infinitely beyond my deserving, I shall hold 
the' period of our co-work in loving remembrance throughout the com- 
ing years. 

"May the God of all grace and wisdom guide you in laying your 
plans now and henceforth for the strengthening of this strategic point 
in the advance of the Master's kingdom. 

"HiGHT C. Moore, 

Secretary." 



24 MI^fUTES OF THE 

FOREIGN MISSIONS. 

Never before have our people shown such a deep interest in Foreign 
Missions as they are manifesting to-day. Quite a number of our 
churches are supporting each a Missionary, while a few are support- 
ing two or three Missionaries each. It "is a very usual thing now to 
find a weak church supporting a native Missionary on the foreio^n 
field. 

There has been no organization of the "Layman's Movement" in 
our State, but many laymen are deeply interested in world-wide 
evangelization. 

Some of our prosperous business men have representatives in foreign 
lands. Among the individuals who are supporting native JMissionaries, 
are a few noble women. Some of the Mission points aided by the 
Board are contributing a sufficient amount to support a native ^lis- 
sionary. 

A few weeks ago, a member of the first graduating class of the 
Baptist University for Women, Miss Sophie Lanneau, sailed for China. 
Miss Lanneau is a daughter of Prof, and Mrs. John F. Lanneau, of 
Wake Forest, and is one of the brightest and most consecrated young 
women the Baptist University has yet sent out. Several who are now 
students at our excellent schools for women, as well as several young 
men at Wake Forest, are preparing themselves for work in foreign 
fields. 

Last year we gave to Foreign Missions $29,023.52. The figures were 
fixed for this year at $35,000.00. We have raised this year $35,094.91. 
This is $94.91 more than the amount fixed by the last Convention, and 
$6,071.39 more than we raised last j'ear. 



HOME MISSIONS. 
The importance of the work of the Home .Board is being appreciated 
more generally by our churches. The best discussions at some of the 
Associations have been on Home Missions. Home Missions like that 
of Siate, is foundation work. Prof. Phelps, of Andover, said, some 
years ago: 'Tf a were a Missionary in China, my first and most im- 
portant prayer every morning should be for Missions in America for 
the sake of China. Five hundred years of time in the process of the 
Avorld's salvation, may depend on the next twenty years of United 
States history." Not only does the Home Mission Board have a great 
deal to do with the work in heathen lands, but it is also doing much 
Foreign Mission work in the home land. A million foreigners came 
to this country last year, and we may expect them in larger numbers 
year by year. The Home Board must have its Missionaries stationed 
at the gateways of the South, to meet these inflowing streams of 
foreigners with the Gospel of our Lord. The work of the Home Board 
is a blessing to the foreigner in that it gives him the Gospel, and it is 
a protection to our own people in saving them from many of the 
deadly evils that come from foreign shores. 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 25 

As evidence that our people are taking more interest in Home Mis- 
sions, we call attention to the advance in contributions. Last year 
we gave for this object $13,021.09, while this year the figures reach 
$17,429.85, an increase of $3,808.76. 

BAPTIST BOOK STORE. 

The Book Store is on a safe footing. With no capital to work on 
it can never do much more than pay expenses. As many of our 
people have gotten into the habit of ordering books and literature 
through the Book Store it is quite a convenience to the denomination. 
Owing to the fact that the Store can never be more than a convenience 
without some capital, and as we see no way whereby to secure sufficient 
capital to enlarge the business, we suggest that the Board be instructed 
to use their judgment as to the future of the Store. • 

Brother W. 0. Allen is Manager of the Book Store. To his long 
experience as a business man, his untiring energy and his close atten- 
tion to details, is to be attributed the success of the Book Store. We 
were exceedingly fortunate in securing his services as Manager. 

EXPENSES. J 

As a report is intended to give information to all who desire it, we 
submit this item in regard to expense. In the expense account are in- 
cluded salary and traveling expenses of the Corresponding Secretary, 
traveling expenses of the Evangelists, salaries of Treasurer, steno- 
grapher and Corresponding Secretary of the Woman's Missionary Union, 
office rent, printing and postage, stationery and typewriter supplies. 
We incorporate in this account, though they can haidly be designated 
as part of the expenses of administration, salaries of Recording Secre- 
taries, printing and distribution of the Convention Minutes, and 
Minutes of the Woman's Meeting, printing and furnishing to the As- 
sociations free of cost, Associational letter blanks. The expense ac- 
count is 5 1-2 per cent of the total amount raised for Missions. That 
is, 5 1-2 cents is taken out of each dollar to cover the above expenses, 
leaving 94 1-2 cents to go directly to Missions. Last year the expense 
was 6 1-2 cents on the dollar. By increasing our contributions, we 
have lowered the expense one per cent. 

It should be said also, that the Woman's Missionary Societies, are 
contributing regularly to what is designated an "expense fund." Last 
year they paid $125.00 of their expense account; this year they turned 
into the treasury from the exjDense fund, $250.00. 

RECOMMENDATIONS. 
We recommend : 

First: That the Board be given discretion as to the amount to be 
appropriated next year, provided the total appropriations shall not 
exceed $45,000.00. 

becond: That we change our commissions to the Missionaries so that 
the year will lun from January the first to January the first. 



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Third : That we make an earnest effort to collect our State Mission 
funds quarterly; and that the Corresponding Secretary be instructed 
to make a special appeal through The Recorder and by letters, tracts, 
et<?., just before the close of each quarter. 

Fourth. That of the $45,000.00 a sum not exceeding $5,000.00 be set 
apart as a loan fund for the purpose of aiding churches to build houses 
of \\'orship on important fields on the following conditions: 

( 1 ) That it be shown to the entire satisfaction of a discreet commit- 
tee composed of members of the Board, that the point applying, can 
not possibly build a house without aid, and, provided, 

(2) That no appropriation wull be made to a house of worship until 
the Missionaries shall have been paid in full. 

Fifth: That instead of appointing Associational iliSsionaries, that 
is, ^ Missionary to do evangelistic \voi"k in one x\ssoeiation, we group 
Associations that desire such work, into districts, and appoint a Mis- 
sionary for each district, provided a certain part of his salary be as- 
sumed by the field. These Missionaries will be expected to present 
the objects of the Convention to the churches and urge the importance 
of systematic benevolence. 

COXCLUSION. 

In the conclusion of last year's report this sentence was used: 
"The material progress of North Carolina is well nigh phenomenal." 
That language can be repeated here with even greater emphasis The 
construction of railroads in the East and West is causing an industrial 
awakening in those sections which have been for so long comparatively 
dormant. New enterprises are springing up along these roads, and 
the people from the surrounding country are gathering around these 
enterprises and forming new towns. As a result of the development 
of hydro-electric power in the Piedmont section, many predict that that 
part of the State will, before many years, become the great manufactur- 
ing center of the South. 

Instead of a few small towns we may expect, in the near future, 
great cities in Central North Carolina. We are now a homogeneous 
people, but before this generation passes away, people from the ends of 
the earth will find a home on the soil of our conservative old State. 

In the face of these conditions, is it difficult to foresee that a titanic 
struggle is just ahead? The material prosperity that has come to 
us in these last years, is a challenge to the Christian forces to guard 
well the spiritual interests of the State. State ^Missions is the chief 
agency by which we must meet the situation. In these new towns 
to which reference was made above, we must plant churches and sustain 
preachers, in order to try to save these new communities from the 
perils of prosperity. The formation of industrial centers has been a 
heavy draft upon the surrounding country, and many strong churches 
have been greatly weakened thereby. With a number of them it is a 
life and death struggle, and imless the Board can give to some of them 



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27 



a little help in the crisis that is upon them, they must close their 
doofs or be cared for by an inefficient ministry. 

It must be clear to every one who studies present conditions care- 
fully, that tlie future is fraught with dangers which can best be 
aA-erted by the work of State Missions. 

We have come upon a time when mighty movements occur with 
wonderful rapidity. God has set before us an open door. We can, if 
we will, enter that door to-day, but to-morrow it may be closed against 
us forever. May God give us wisdom to see and grace to seize our 
opportunity! Livingston Johnson, 

John E. Eay, Corresponding Secretary. 

President. 



REPORT OF TREASURER, 
1, 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Walters Duhiiam, Treasurer, in account with the 

Baptist State Convention of North Carolina, Dec. 5, 1907. 



2 
26 
52 
76 
105 
11.5 
155 
213 
215 
217 



DEBIT 

State Mis.sion.s 

Foreign Missions 

Home Missions 

E'lucation 

Tiebenor Memorial 

Margaret Home 

Louisville Training School. 

Yates Memorial . 

Mills Memorial 

Yates Memorial College 



Total SI. 61-1. 05 



8793. 

425. 

311. 

1.546. 

610. 

7. 

111. 

41. 

4. 

792. 



05 
219 
171 



CREDIT. 

SuniaySoho >1 Missions 

Mnrpliy School 

Cash in Commercial 
and Farmers Bank... 



Total 4. 614. 05 



f239. 15 
6.98 

4.898.92 



I have examined the books of Walters Durham, Treasurer of the 
Baptist State Convention, and find same correct as by balance sheet 
shown above. F. H. Briggs, Auditor. 



2. 
state missions. 

Balance as per statement Dec. 5, 1906 (Minutes, p. 38).... 

Amount received 

To Livingston Johnson, salary as Cor. Sec $1,000.34 

Livingston Johnson, traveling expenses .— 221.85 

Mrs. H. C. Moore, salary as Sec. W. C. C. 100.00 

Printing and mailing Minutes 1G5.75 

Rent on Mission Rooms 84.00 

Printins: — 05.30 



$582.34 
36,315.54 



28 MINUTES OF THE 

Hight C. Moore, stamps 25.00 

Miss Lynn, stenographer 140.00 

Miss Haynes, stenographer, W. C. C 35.00 

Office expense, W. C. C 20.25 

Walters Durham, salary as Treasurer .... 120.00 

Office expenses - -. — 159.10 

Paid Missionaries 33,961.94 

Balance 793.35 



$36,897.88 $36,897.88 
December 4, 1907. 

3. 

FOREIGN MISSIONS. 

Balance as per statement Dec. 5, 1906 (Minutes, p. 38) $559.34 

Amount received 35,094.91 

To Livingston Johnson, salary as Cor. Secy $664.66 

Livingston Johnson, traveling expenses 52.00 

Miss Lynn, stenographer 112.50 

Miss Haynes, stenographer W. C. C 70.00 

Printing and mailing minutes 279.80 

N. B. Broughton, Eecording Secretary 25.00 

Rent on Mission Rooms 63.00 

Walters Durham, salary as Treasurer 90.00 

Printing 18.50 

Printing, W. C. C 204.21 

Mrs. H. C. Moore, salary as Sec. W. C. C 50.00 

Stamps, W. C. C 180.00 

Office expense 79.75 

Sent direct 7,038.81 

Foreign Mission Board 20,291.00 

Balance 425.02 



December 4, 1907. 



4. 

HOME MISSIONS. 



$35,054.25 $35,654.25 



Balance as per statement Dec. 5, 1906 (Minutes, p. 39) $850.07 

Amount received 17,429.85 

To Livingston Johnson, salary as Cor. Sec'y $329.00 

Livingston Johnson, traveling expenses 47.85 

Miss Lynn, stenographer 140.00 

Miss Haynes, stenographer W. C. C 72.90 

Rent Mission Rooms 84.00 

Mrs. H. C. Moore, salary as Sec. W. C. C, 50.00 

Walters Durham, salary as Treasurer 140.00 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



29 



state Mission expense 266.00 

Foreign Mission expense 166.00 

Sent direct 2,226.48 

Home Mission Board 14,357.00 

Balance 311.69 



Dec. 4, 1907. 



$18,279.92 $18,279.92 



EDUCATION. 

Balance as per statement Dee. 5, 1906 (Minutes, p. 39). 

Amount received 

To vouchers W. R. Cullom, Treasurer $4,059.32 

Balance 1,546.63 



Dec. 4, 1907. 



$1,501.90 
4,104.05 



$5,605.95 $5,605.95 



SUNDAY SCHOOL MISSIONS. 

Amount received 

To balance as per statement Dec. 5, 1906 (Min- 
utes, p. 39) $120.87 

H. C. Moore, salary as Secretary 1,500.00 

H. C. Moore, traveling expenses 198.80 

Printing 38.75 

Office expense 34.15 

Balance 



Dec. 4, 1907. 



$1,053.42 



239.15 



$1,892.57 $1,892.57 



Amount received 
Balance 



TICHENOB MEMORIAL. 



$610.03 



$610.03 



Dee. 4, 1907. 



$610.03 



$610.03 



MINISTERIAL RELIEF. 

Amount received _ 

To vouchers T. E. Cheek, Treasurer.. $3,065.54 



Dec. 4, 1907. 



9. 



students' AID FUND. 

Amount received 

To vouchers Pressley Smith, Treasurer 



$224.08 



$3,065.54 



$3,065.54 $3,065.54 



$224.08 



Dec. 4, 1907. 



$224.08 



$224.08 



30 MINUTES OF THE 



10. 




MARGARET IIOIIE. 




Amount received 




To vouchers Mrs. W. N. Jones, Treasurer 


$102.79 


Balance 


7.42 







$110.21 



Dec. 4, 1907. $110.21 $110.21 

11. 

LOUISVILLE TRAINIJSG SCHOOL. 

Amount received $111.82 

Balance $111.82 



Dec. 4, 1907. $111.82 $111.82 

12. 

YATES MEMORIAL. 

Balance as per statement Dec. 5, 1906 (Minutes, p. 40) $41.62 

Balance $41.62 



Dec. 4, 1907. - $41.62 $41.62 

13. 

MILLS MEMORIAL. 

Balance as per statement Dec. 5, 1906 (Minutes, p. 40) $4.08 

Balance $4.08 



Dec. 4, 1907.. $4.08 $.08 

14. 

YATES MEMORIAL COLLEGE. 

Balance as per statement Dec. 5, 1900 (Minutes, p. 40) $792.39 

Balance $792.39 



Dec. 4, 1907. $792.39 $792.39 

15. 

MURPHY SCHOOL. 

Balance as per statement Dec. 5, 1906 (Minutes, p. 41) $5.98 

Balance $5.98 



$5.98 $5.98 

Respectfully submitted, 

WALTERS DURHAi\I, 

Treasurer Baptist 8tate Convention. 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 31 

The President appointed the following additional com- 
mittees : 

Denominational Schools-^. S. Vann, J. C. Clifford, S. J. Cobb, C. E. 
McCullen, C. L. Dowell, J .W. Smith, N. H. Shepherd. 

Finance— G. E. Leftwich, C. R. Vernon, C. M. Wall. 

Periodiacls—A. B. Dunnaway, H. C. Doekery, M. L. Shipman, D. F. 
Putnam J. W. Lynch, E. J. Harrell, C. A. Jenkens. 

General Educaiion-J. A. Campbell, M. Shepherd, C. M. Wall, D. P. 
Brid<re3, Geo. J. Dowell, R. W. Horrell, W. A. Ayers. 

Kcligious Exercises— Baptist Pastors of Wilmington and Messengers 
of First Baptist Church. 

The report of the Board of Education was presented by 
Corresponding Secrttary \s. R. CiiUom, and, at his request, 
referred to the Committee on Ministerial Education. 

F. P. Hobgood, for the Trustees of the Orphanage, offered 
the following report : 

REPORT OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES FOR THOMASVILLE BAPTIST 

ORPHANAGE. 

During the year, we have received sixty-five new children. We are 
now cadng for three hundred and sixty-five, with room for a few 

more girls. 

We are glad to report a good year in the health of the children. 
While we have had two deaths, the general health, perhaps, has never 
been quite so good in the history of the Institution. This seems 
to us to be a thorough vindication of our policy of equipping the 
Institution with a complete water-works and sewerage system. 

A year of uninterrupted good health means a good year in the school 
work; more cheerfulness and a brighter outlook in every way. Our 
school work is receiving more attention this year than last. We have 
added a lady principal, who also teaches one grade, whose special 
duty it is to look after the school work in more careful detail. ISIiss 
Annie Hall, a teacher trusted and tried by twelve years of faithful 
service at the Orphanage, has been selected to fill this position. We 
have more children in this 8th grade this year than ever before. The 
children seem to have more ambition to get the best out of their stay 
at the Orphanage. Hence we think it worthy of mention that our 
Orphanacre has a greater number of larger boys and girls, who are re- 
maining "over to take the high grades, than many similar institutions 

have. rr^, , • • 

Financially, the year has been good and bad. Last Thanksgiving 
practically paid us out of debt, but during the summer months, we 
have c-radually fallen behind and now we have a debt of about five 
thousa°nd dollars, which we hope will be cleared away by the Thanks- 
giving ofl^ering, which is now coming in. It is hard for our people to 



32 MINUTES OF THE 

realize that we have many more children to support and that the 
cost of living is greater, and, also, that as the Institution grows, our 
bill for repairs and improvements must be much larger. This accounts 
for the debt. 

The drought, during the latter part of the suromer, cut down our 
corn, potato and hay crops much below the average, but we reaped a 
most bountiful harvest of wheat. , 

The Watson and Aydlett buildings have been completed; also a 
large pavilion, to be used for annual meetings and other services during 
the summer, has been erected. This was moved from Mocksville, where 
it had been used for an annual Orphanage picnic. We now have two 
new buildings going up. One, the Noah Richardson library, which will 
be closed in within a few days, and the new infirmary, which will 
soon be ready for the roof. The new infirmary is to be called "The 
Woman's Building." More than three thousand dollars were contrib- 
uted by women and this without any special appeal to them. This 
impressed the board with the thought of appealing to the Baptist women 
of the State to erect this building. They suggested the name of one 
of our best workers to take charge of this work. She finding it im- 
possible to undertake the work, the General Manager was fortunate in 
securing the services of Mrs. B. W. Spilman in the east and Mrs. 
Charles E. Whittaker in the west, to take active charge in orgainzing 
our women for this work. Owing to serious sickness in her home, Mrs. 
Whittaker could not press the work in the west. But, in the mean- 
time, j\Irs. Spilman has addressed letters and sent literature to many 
of the leading women all over the State. So far, the results have not 
been very encouraging. Perhaps this appeal was made at an unfortu- 
nate time and it is now suggetsed that this work be taken up Aigor- 
ously immediately after the holidays. The new infirmary is badly 
needed, for we know not how soon we may be visited by any one of the 
epidemics common to children. As we reported a year ago, we are 
in great need of a central sewing building for the better instruction 
of our girls in that art. 

The board is also looking forward to better equipment for the manual 
training of the boys. The plan is to put up another larger and cheaper 
building for the shops and turn over the present shops (the Mills 
building) to Charity and Children and the shoe shop. At present, 
we are practically doing nothing to train our boys in the mechanical 
arts. We are hoping to find some generous hearted lover of boys, who 
will give us four or five thousand dollars with which to begin this 
work. As we see it, this is one of the most needed improvements of 
the institution. 

We are also looking forward to the improvement of our supply of 
vegetables and dairy products for the use of the children. A man 
for this special work has been selected, Sir. F. T. Burke, of Statesville. 
We believe this special effort is going to be the means of great improve- 
ment, both in the training of the boys and furnishing the institution 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 33 

with more plentiful and wholesome diet. The growth of our institution 
has been so rapid and we have been so pressed with taking care of the 
institution as it grew, that many of these things have suffered from 
neglect, not intentionally, but for lack of means and equipment. 

Charity and Children has had a year of splendid success. Our cir- 
culation now is something near fourteen thousand. The paper cleared 
about two thousand dollars last year. We believe the time has come 
to enlarge our plant, hence the plan to move into the Mills Building 
and give our printers room. We should do a good amount of plain job 
work, both for the revenue and for the training of the boys. 

While our report is intended briefly to tell of the progress of the year, 
yet, in our minds, it consists largely in our hopes of the future. A 
cheerful and determined hopefulness pervades the institution. 

We state briefly again, our greatest needs: First. The completion 
of the new infirmary by the next annual meeting, if possible. Thus the 
giving us the use of the old building, means the inauguration of a far 
better system of industrial training for the girls. Second. The new 
plant for the manual training of the boys. And third, the large in- 
crease of Sunday Schools contributing regularly once a month to our 
current expenses and taking clubs of Charity and Children. The rea- 
son for this is too plain for further statement. 

With thanksgiving to God for His signal blessings during the year 
and our appreciation of the increasing interest of all our people in 
this great and growing work, we submit this report. 

The report on the Orphanage was presented by Braxton 
Crai.2^, as follows: 

REPORT ON ORPHANAGE. 

For 23 years the Baptists have been providing a home for orphan 
children. God has wonderfully blessed our work. The growth of the 
Orphanage during these years has been wonderful, and not only have 
we cared for orphan children, but the Orphanage has been a great 
blessing to us. It has greatly developed us in Christian giving and 
has drawn us close together as brethren. 

We try as far as possible to provide a real home for the children. 
The Orphanage is indeed a home, where children are reared in the fear 
of the Lord. We try to supply the place of father and mother as far 
as possible, and endeavor to prepare the children for the duties of life. 

The needs of the Orphanage are greater than ever before. 

1st. We have more orphans; we have now 3G0. 

2d. The expense of living is greater. We are now threatened with a 
debt unless we greatly enlarge our contribution. We can not afford to 
go in debt, and yet these children must be cared for. For the care 
of these children we look to the Baptist host of North Carolina. Your 
committee most earnestly recommend that: 

1st. Regular monthly collections be taken in all of our Sunday 
schools, and that all of our Sunday schools subscribe to Charity and 
Children and that these be judiciously distributed. 

3 



34 MINUTES OF THE 

• 2d. That Thanksgiving day be made Orphanage day in all of our 
churches. Braxtox Ckaig, 

John R. Miller, 
RoBT. S. Green, Jr., 

J. L. AUTRY. 

t 

After discussion by Braxton Craig and M. L. Kesler, the 
following resolution offered by Livingston Jobnson was ac- 
cepted, after further remarks by G. T. Lumpkin and A. D. 
Hunter, and the entire report adopted: 

Whereas, we hear with great pleasure that an infirmary is being 
built at the Orphanage, a building that is very sadly needed, therefore 

Resolved, That we heartily endorse this movement and respectfully 
request the pastors to present the claims of the infirmary to their con- 
gregations as soon as practicable after the Convention, and take a 
collection from the same. 

The hour having arrived for the discussion of the Southern 
Baptist Theological Seminary, the Convention was addressed 
by Prof. J. R. Sampey, after which pledges were taken for 
the Seminary Student's Aid Fund, amounting to $1,742.50. 

On motion of W. R. Cullom, the Corresponding Secretary 
was requested to express on behalf of the Convention to the 
!N^orth Carolina students in the Seminary our appreciation of 
their message and contributions, and our earnest hope that 
the hand of God may lead them to locate in many of the open, 
needy and inviting fields of their native State. 

The American Baptist Publication Society being the 
special order, the Convention was addressed by R. G. Sey- 
mour, representing the Society, 

Livingston Johnson, for the stockholders and directors of 
the Biblical Recorder, offered the following proposition, which 
after discussion by F. P. Hobgood, M. A. Adams, IST. B. 
Broughton, J. J. Hall, W. C. Tyree, B. W. IST. Simms, R. F. 
Beasley, T. M. Pittman, and Livingston Johnson, was 
adopted : 

TO THE BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

At the Convention held in Raleigh in December, 1900, the following 
resolution was passed: 

"That this Convention recommends the organization of a corporation 
to own and operate the The Biblical Recorder and North Carolina Bap- 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 35 

tist, if desired, and appoints a committee of five to effect the same 
by the first of February, 1901, or earlier if possible." 

In compliance with this resolution, a corporation was formed which 
bought TJie Biblical Recorder but, at the time, did not think it practi- 
cable to purchase The North Carolina Baptist. 

Believing that the interests of the denomina^tion could be best sub- 
served by having one Baptist paper, The Recorder Publishing Com- 
pany has recently bought The North Carolina Baptist. By this pur- 
chase the Recorder Company has assumed a considerable financial obli- 
gation. Financial considerations did not influence the members of 
the Recorder Company in either of the purchases made, as every stock- 
holder could invest the money he has in the Recorder Company in some 
other business from which he would receive a larger dividend. If the 
Convention desires to own and operate the paper, the Recorder Com- 
pany is perfectly willing to sell to the Convention. 

We desire to continue The Recorder at the present subscription price, 
but we deem it necessary to make a flat rate of $1.50 a year. Hitherto 
we have been giving the paper to pastors and widows at a dollar a year. 
As the expense of publishing has materially increased within the last 
two years, some plan must be devised to meet the advance in price of 
publishing. We believe that our pastors will be glad to acquiesce in 
this change. 

Desiring that the connection between the Convention and The Re- 
corder shall be close and vital, we respectfully request that the Con- 
vention appoint a committee of seven who shall be non-stockholders, 
who, with the directors, shall constitute a committee, which committee 
shall elect the editor of the paper. The business matters of the com- 
pany shall, of course, be managed by the directors. Each member of 
the joint committee shall be entitled to one vote. 

After annoimcements the Gonvention adjourned. 



SECOND DAY— Afternoon Session. 

Devotional exercises were condneted by S. J. Porter, of 
Richmond, Va. 

The following telegram was read and the Secretary in- 
structed to make response on behalf of the Convention: 

Hickory, N. C,, Dec. 5, 1907. 
To N . B. Broughton, Sec. B. 8. Convention, Wilmington, N . C. 

Dear Brethren of Convention: — Too sick to be with you. Num- 
bers 13:30. 

"Let us go up at once and possess it; for we are well able to over- 
come it." W. R. GWALTNEY.* 

*[Dr. Gwaltney died Sunday morning, December 1.5th.] 



36 MIXUTES OF THE 

The President appointed the following to nominate the 
Committee on Eelation to Biblical Becorder; T. M. Pittman, 
C. H. Durham, E. McK. Goodwin, R. B. Horn, E. E. Bomar. 

The Report on Sunday Scliools was read by B. W. Spil- 
man, as follows: ' 

REPORT ON SUNDAY SCHOOLS. 

Closing the best year in the history of the Baptist Sunday school 
work in North Carolina brings with it its note of joy and its note of 
sadness. We rejoice in the spelndid work which has been done by 
Hrght C. Moore, our efficient Field Secretary. 

Bro. Moore took hold of our Sunday school work when it very much 
needed just the kind of work which he has rendered. Beginning in 
1834, the Convention has for many years emphasized Sundaj^ school 
work. Many strong men have engaged in this work, but in all the long 
line no man has done a better, a more efficient work than has our re- 
tiring Secretary. 

He has popularized the work among our people: and under his ad- 
miinstration the work has become self-supporting for the first time in 
twenty years. 

We wish to record our appreciation of his work: "Well done, good 
and faithful servant." 

The Sunday School Assembly held in Asheville last summer was a 
success. We urge that the Sunday school committee provide during 
the coming summer for another Assembly. 

We, as a Convention, put ourselves on record as being committed 
to the policy of Sunday school field work and instruct the Sunday 
School Committee to secure a Sunday School Field Secretary as early 
as practicable. 

The note of sadness in it all is that Bro. Moore is no longer to give 
himself exclusively to the work in North Carolina. He has accepted 
the work as Field Secretary of the Sunday School Board of the Southern 
Baptist Convention. 

We put ourselves on record as giving our hearty support to the 
Sunday School Board of the Southern Baptist Convention and urge all 
of our people to support it in all its work. 

It is our work earing for all of the interests for which we stand 
and is in every way worthy of our support and continued patronage. 

B. W. Spilmax. 

H. H. HULTEX, 

0. R. Manoum. 

1. N. LOFTIX, 

G. T. Watkixs. 
Geo. p. Harrill. 

After discussion by B. W. Spilman, Hight C. Moore, N. 
B. Bronghton, and J. M. Frost, the report was adoptrd. 



BAPTIST STATK CONVENTION. 37 

On motion of N. B. Broughton, the Convention was ad- 
dressed by B. W, Spilman, regarding his present work as 
General Manager of the Southern Baptist Assembly, located 
at Blue Mont, E". C. 

On motion of E. E. Bomar, an invitation was given to J. 
Harry Tyler, of Baltimore, to address the body Saturday at 
10 a. m., on the work of the Laymen's Movement. 

J. F. Love, Assistant Corrseponding Secretary of the Home 
Mission Board, of Atlanta, was recognized and welcomed. 

On motion, the Secretary was asked to wire a suitable Scrip- 
ture verse of greeting to the ISTorth Carolina Conference 
of the M. E. Church, South, now in session at ISTew Bern. 

The Secretary was further instructed to send appropriate 
messages on behalf of the Convention to Brethren W. R. 
Gwaltney and J. D. Hufham. 

Adjourned with benediction by J. M. Frost. 



SECOND DAY— Evening Session. 

Devotional exercises were conducted by T. W. Chambliss. 

The Secretary read a fraternal letter to the Convention 
from F. M. Jordan, and on motion, Corresponding Secre- 
tary Livingston Johnson, was requested to respond on behalf 
of the body. 

The report of the Trustees of the Baptist University for 
Women was read by Calvin S. Blackwell, as follows : 

REPORT OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE BAPTIST UNIVERSITY FOR 

WOMEN. 
Since our last report to your body the University has closed its 
eighth session and entered upon its ninth. Both sessions show marks 
of the Divine favor. The last year's enrollment was three hundred and 
ninety, while the matriculates to date for the present session are three 
hundred and seventy-six, an increase of twenty-four over the number 
for the corresponding date last year; and without some unusual ill 
fortune we may confidently expect to pass the four-hundred mark 
in the spring. Two hundred and fifty-six of the number are boarders, 
from six States and sixty-eight counties of our own State. Eight de- 



38 MINUTES OF THE 

nominations besides our own are represented in the student body, 
with a total of fifty-five names, or one-seventh of the w^hole number. 

At our last commencement twenty young women received the degree 
of A. B., and diplomas were awarded to three others in Music, Art 
and Elocution respectively. 

We have been compelled to add another teacher and seven more pianos 
to our Music school; so that the actual teaching force now numbers 
thirty, distributed as follows: Fourteen in the various Literary de- 
partments, eleven in Music, two in Art, two in Elocution and Physical 
Culture, and one in Business. 

We have had occasion for gratitude to God for the exceptional health 
of the school; and also for the behavior of the students, which has 
been marked by no serious disorder. 

We feel that there has been a steady gain in the religious life of 
the school from year to year and also in the general college spirit. 
Dr. Lunsford recently conducted evangelistic services in the Chapel 
for five mornings, which resulted in eighteen or twenty professions of 
faith and a general spiritual uplift for the school. And when one 
considers the weekly Y. W. C. A. and daily students' prayer meetings, 
and the various Mission Study classes. Christian Culture classes and 
Personal Workers' classes (all conducted by the students themsehes, 
assisted by members of the faculty), not to mention the Bible study 
in the regular College classes, he must feel that their influence is simply 
incalculable. One of our former pupils is now at work in China; 
another is in Japan; another has recently sailed for China; two are in 
the Seminary preparing for the Foreign field; two are in school with 
the Foreign work in view, while some thee or four who have left us 
are awaiting appointment by the Foreign Mission Board. And as for 
our home work, one rarely visits a church where he does not find one 
or more B. U. W. girls in some form of Christian work. 

But we are compelled to report a situation that gives us serious 
concern. We have reached the limit of growth until we secure at least 
one more building. Twenty-six applications for rooms in our Main 
Building had to be denied this fall. Our present recitation rooms are 
so inadequate that we are hardly bestead for places in which to teach. 
Nor are these conditions likely to improve. With the rapid multipli- 
cation of graded schools and the erection of the three high schools in 
each county authorized by the Act of the last Legislature, we must ex- 
pect soon to see hundreds of girls knocking at our doors; but unless 
something is done quickly they must knock in vain. So, while more 
endowment, the means for purchasing other property, a Laundry, a 
Gymnasium building and an Infirmary are all pressing needs, we viust 
make provision for the accommodation of our girls at once, or we must 
turn them over to those who will. 

After remarks by G. T. Lumpkin, C. A. Jenkens, J. C. 
Massee and President Carlyle, the report was adopted. 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 39 

The report on Home Missions, read by S. F. Conrad, as fol- 
lows, was adopted after an address by J, F. Love, of the Home 
Mission Board, of Atlanta; the chair during the considera- 
tion of the report being occupied by C. J. Thompson, Vice- 
President of the Home Board for ISTorth Carolina: 

REPORT ON HOME MISSIONS. 

The Southern Baptist Convention has committed to its Home Board 
a task transcendently great in proportions and colossal in magnitude. 
In a large measure, the destiny of the South, so far as the Baptists 
are concerned, is in the hands of the Home Mission Board. Many and 
difficult and varied are the problems confronting the Home Board for 
solution. The changing condition of the South from an agricultural 
people to a great manufacturing people, the rapid growth of indus- 
trialism, the great influx of outside capital, the horde of foreigners that 
are pouring into the South, the complexity of the negro problem, the 
construction of the Panama canal, the cry of Cuba for the Gospel and 
for freedom;— all these things present to the Home Board a problem 
intricate and supremely difficult. But with unflinching faith in God, 
and the vision of a great prophet, with a wisdom and daring that 
almost makes one gasp at its sublimity, our great Secretary is leading 
our people to great and glorious things for God and righteousness. 
And too, there is no more gratifying development in the denomination 
than the growing interest of Southern Baptists in their Home Mission 
work. Leading men among us have freely published their conviction 
that this department of our work is of strategic importance. The 
Southern Baptist Convention at its last session put itself on record 
to the same effect, and unanimously and warmly recommended to the 
denomination that contributions be doubled for this object this year; 
the total amount recommended being $500,000. 

Quoting from the Board, some faint idea of the magnitude and dif- 
ficulty of the work may be formed: 

"A Southern territory embracing all the Southern States, together 
with Cuba, Panama and the Isle of Pines, containing more than 25,000,- 
000 people, — 9,000,000 of whom are negroes, and 5,000,000 foreigners. 
Priest-ridden Cuba, illiterate and down-trodden, crying for the Gospel 
and already beginning to see the first dawn of freedom, with its 
1,300,000 souls blinded and prejudiced by a religion worse than idolatry. 
No narrow strip of the earth's surface so engages the attention of the 
world as does that short fifty miles between Panama and Colon, on 
the Isthmus of Panama. The greatest engineering feat of the ages, 
the digging of that canal, is under way and eight years is the limit set 
for its completion. The strategic importance of this location is being 
more thoroughly appreciated by our people. The proximity of the 
Isthmus to the South naturally gives us the primacy in commerce for 



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the future, and will put us in the closest relations with the people 
of the zone. Speedily and firmly established along the Canal, we shall 
be able to bear witness for Christ, to the nations of the earth that 
pass this great ihghway of the world's trade and travel. 

The moutain regions of North and South Carolina, Georgia, Ten- 
nessee, Alabama and Kentucky, comprising 149 counties, and a popula- 
tion of 2,000,000, 98 per cent of whom are white, and 65 per cent of 
whom are Baptists. These people must be educated and trained for 
the Master. 

The attitude of Southern Baptists toward the negro, amid all the 
varying conditions of his residence among us has been that of earnest 
concern for his moral and religious welfare. This unfailing sense of 
interest has found expression in the utterances of every Southern 
Baptist Convention since its organization in 1845. This work among 
the negroes is no new departure for Southern Baptists, but is as old 
as their Convention. This is a problem that confronts the Home 
Board for solution. 

Then another grave problem which confronts us for solution, is the 
problem of our rapidly growing cities, into which 40 per cent of our 
population is already congested and toward which there is a con- 
stantly growing stream of young men and women from the rural com- 
munities and an ever increasing number of foreigners. 

Then once again, there is the rapidly increasing foreign element, 
who, if they are not met and conquered by the gospel of Christ, will 
soon paganize us. The time was when the best element of the Old 
World came to America; they came from Pi'otestant countries and were 
seeking homes and freedom to worship God. But now the tide has 
turned and the worst element of Europe is flocking to our shores. 
They are coming at the rate of 1,100,000 annually, and they are so 
often the rifl' raff and scum of the cities of the Old World. They 
know nothing of God, they have no conception of freedom, they are 
alien in speech and religion and know nothing of our form of govein- 
ment. These must be met with the open Bible and taught the religion 
of the Lord Jesus, and if for no other motive, self-preservation must 
drive us to the task. 

And now the question arises, in the light of all these tremendous 
problems, forcing themselves upon us for solution, what has been and is 
being done? Much every way, but a glimpse only can be given here. 

1. Moutain Missions and School work. 

During the year about $55,000 has been added to our school properties 
which are now worth about $200,000. The Board holds the titles to 
$51,170 of this, and its holdings will be increased during the coming 
year. Rev. A. E. Brown, a man of God and a tireless worker, giving 
all his time to the Mountain Mission work, is in charge. His time ia 
spent in locating schools in strategic places, addressing associations, 
conventions and churches, and raising funds for the erection of build- 
ings and enlargement of school facilities. 



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The fact that there were two hundred and twenty-eight conversions 
among the students during the year, attests the strong spiritual at- 
mosphere in these schools. Fifty-five young men are known to be pre- 
paring for the ministry. These are sturdy young mountaineers and 
will be heard from in the future. 

2. Work among the Negroes. 

Amid the more than usual discussions of the race problem, which 
have taken place in the South during the past year, the Home Board 
has kept steadily at the work marked out for it at the Convention in 
Nashville in 1904. We are glad to report that on the part of Negro 
Baptists, with whom the Board is in co-operation, there have been 
many indications and proofs of a desire to do that which was right 
in the sight of God in the management of the common work, and an 
earnest zeal for the Christian upbuilding of the Negro race in the 
South. 
3. Work in Cities and among Foreigners. 

The problem of the city claims the attention of thoughtful people 
every where. Until recently the South had no city problem, but new 
life and growth are changing the conditions of older places like Balti- 
more, Washington, Richmond, Norfolk, Columbia, Augusta, Montgomery, 
Jackson, New Orleans, San Antonio, Little Rock, Louisville and Nash- 
ville. In the majority of the places named the growth of our Baptist 
work is not keeping pace with the growth of the cities, while in some 
the situation is so acute as to give just ground for alarm. 
In Baltimore and New Orleans, Little Rock and Louisville, where con- 
ditional gifts in church building have been made by our Board, great 
progress has been achieved. In Louisville the building churches will 
go beyond the $50,000 they were to raise, and already the stronger 
churches have guaranteed their $25,000; thus with our $5,000, mak- 
ing sure fully $80,000 for larger equipment in that city of vast oppor- 
tunities. In New Orleans work has been begun on the splendid $45,000 
building for the First church, whose membership have done heroic 
giving in response to large help from the Home Board. 

The tide of foreigners is turinng southward. Various State govern- 
ments of the South, industrial associations, and railroad companies 
are bidding for the immigrant. They are coming in large numbers. In 
Baltimore the Board is doing special work among immigrants and is 
meeting with great success. 

4. Cuba, Isle of Pines and Panama. 

In Cuba our work is in a more hopeful condition than ever before. 
Our magnificent property in Havana is worth fifty per cent more than 
it cost. A spirit of revival pervades our missionaries. The member- 
ship of the churches is growing in excellence and ability. Our school 
has had a most prosperous year. The future of the island will soon be 
made certain; its two millions of people will become stable in their 
habits and thousands of Americans, and increasing numbers from Great 
Britain and Continental Europe will pour into Cuba to reap the wealth 



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of that marvelous island. Chapels are greatly needed in half a dozen 
cities. During the year we have built a neat chapel at Colon, bought 
a good property at Pinar del Rio, and provided for chapels at Matanzas 
and Trinidad. There must be several more chapels built in important 
places in the immediate future and we must have at least three addi- 
tional American workers and increase our native helpers. 

Much agitation of a political nature has prevailed during the year 
in the Isle of Pines. This has interfered with our work. Now that 
the United States has decided that the Isle of Pines belongs to Cuba, 
there will doubtless be freedom from this hurtful agitation. 

5. Church Building and Loan Fund. 

In many places in the South and great Southwest, our work is well 
nigh paralyzed for lack of church buildings. Our churchless churches 
increase in numbers. We need $500,000 for this purpose. The Tiche- 
nor memorial lacks only $1,137.33 of completion. Our good women will 
at once add this sum. 

6. Department of Evangelism. 

The work of these few months has been vigorously pushed and has 
been richly owned by God. There have been at work one General 
Evangelists and four assistants. The total for all evangelists is four 
hundred and fifty-six days of labor, six hundred and eighty-nine ser- 
mons and addresses delivered, one hundred and eighty-nine prayer- 
meetings held, six hundred and ninety-nine received for baptism, three 
hundred and forty-eight by letter; total, one thousand and forty-seven. 

Statistics. 

Here are a few figures from the report of the Board for last year : 

Baptisms, 18,798; 14,207 additions to churches by letter; 271 churches 
constituted; 309 houses of worship built or improved; 703 Sunday 
Schools organized. These do not include 112,004 gospel sermons and 
addresses, and the exemplary lives of 8G5 Godly missionaries. 
Respectfully submitted, 

Charles E. Maddry 

T. M. Pittman, for the Committee, made the following re- 
port, which was adopted : 

The Committee to recommend a committee to join with the directors 
of the Recorder Co. in the election of an Editor of The Biblical Re- 
corder respectfully recommend that Brethren W. C. Dowd, F. P. Hob- 
good, J. C. Massee, J. T. Alderman, Wm. Lunsford, C. A. Jenkens and 
C. J. Thompson be named as such Committee. 

After announcements, the Convention adjourned, the bene- 
diction being pronounced by C. S. Blackwell, of Virginia. 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 43 

THIRD DAY— MoENiNG Session. 

Wilmington, ^t, q., December 6, 1907. 
■The Convention re-assembled at 9 o'clock. The opening 
service of praise, testimony and prayer, was conducted bv R. 
E. IsTeighbor. 

The proceedings of yesterday were read, corrected, and ap- 
proved. 

J. B. Brewer, of Danville, Va., was introduced to the Con- 
vention and welcomed. 

The report on Ministerial Education was offered as follows, 
by C. J. Thompson: 

REPORT ON MINISTERIAL EDUCATION. 

We congratulate the Board of Education on 'the success with which 
it is prosecuting the work of ministerial education. It is gratifying 
to know that we have in Wake Forest College now seventy-fn^e young 
men preparing for the ministry, and that the Board of Education it 
able to assist fifty-three of that number. 

It is also gratifying to note that the response in contributions to 
this demand by the denomination has been adequate to the present ne- 
cessities. 

In addition to these seventy-five students for the ministry in Wake 
Forest College, there are twenty-eight young men and four young women 
from North Carolina in our Southern Baptist Theological Seminary 
and the Training School for Women at Louisville, Ky. This total num- 
ber of 107 North Carolina students equipping themselves for the Mas- 
ter's work in the ministry at home or abroad, gives cause for profound 
thanks to God. 

And yet the supply is not sufficient for the demands. The cry is for 
more and better equipped men for the ministry at home and for more 
men and women as missionaries to the foreign field. 

This deficiency of students for the ministry was emphasized in the 
Pastor's Conference which preceded this Convention, but we would re- 
emphasize it and sanction the request there made — that every pastor in 
North Carolina preach on this subject the first Sunday in January 
next, and urge our people throughout the length and breadth of the State 
to "Pray the Lord of the harvest to send forth more laborers into His 
harvest." 

. There are two matters in the report of the Secretary of the Board of 
Education to which we call attention : 

First, "The suggestion has been made that we combine with the work 
of this Board the work of raising and distributing such funds as may be 



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necessary to enable our young ministers to take a course in our Semi- 
nary at Louisville, Ky." 

We would recommend that this be done, and that the Board of Edu- 
cation at Wake Forest, receive and disburse all funds for ministerial ed- 
ucation, to students at Wake Forest College and at our Seminary at 
Louisville, Ky. 

The other matter referred to in that report is the question there 
raised: "Shall we enlarge our scope?" This question has reference to 
something like the University extension idea, in which a correspondence 
course in theology may be established in connection with Prof. Cullom's 
Bible work at the college, of which any pastor in the State might take 
advantage without going to the college. 

We should like to hear this matter explained more fully, and if it is a 
thing to be decided by the Convention, and is deemed wise, we would 
suggest the appointment of a committee to co-operate with Prof. Cullom 
in establishing such a course. 

Respectfully submitted, Committee. 

REPORT OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

The work of the Board of Education for the past year has been very 
gratifying in quality, but in quantity there is cause for anxious thought 
and earnest prayer. The men, aided by the Board, are as iine a lot of 
men, taken together, as we have ever known, and they give promise of 
great usefulness in the cause of the kingdom in the days to come. The 
income of the Board has likewise been very gratifying. Our resources 
have been adequate to the demands. [See financial statement below.] 
But the Board would raise the question with this Convention: Is the 
number of men applying to this Board for aid a criterion of the num- 
ber that are entering the ministry from the ranks of the Baptists of 
Xorth Carolina? If so, we would raise the further question: Is the 
number of men entering the ministry adequate to the growing demands 
of the field as we see it right here at our own doors ? 

DISTRIBUTION BY ASSOCIATIONS. 

There have been seventy-three young ministers at Wake Forest this 
fall and one man preparing himself for the work of a medical missionary. 
Of this number fifty- three have received aid from this Board. If we dis- 
tribute these seventy-four men according to the associations from which 
they come we have the following result : Buncombe county, 1 ; Central, 
2; Chowan, 5; Carolina, 1: Cedar Creek, 2; Cape Fear and Columbus, 
1 ; Johnson County, 2 ; Liberty, 1 ; Little River, 1 ; Montgomery, 1 ; 
Mount Zion, 3; Neuse-Atlantic, 1; Piedmont, 2; Pee Dee, 2; Raleigh, 
7 ; Robeson, 4 ; Sandy Creek, 5 ; South River, 1 ; Stanley, 1 ; Sandy 
Run, 2; South Fork, 1; South Yadkin, 3; Surry, 1; Tar River, 2; 
Union, 1; West Chowan, 2; Western, 1. Besides this distribution ac- 
cording to associations, we have three other States represented as fol- 
lows: Maryland, 1; South Carolina, 7; Virginia, 4. 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 46 

Now if each of these associations had no prospect of securing any new- 
recruits to the ranks of its ministry during the next ten years except 
those who are entering this calling from its own membership, would it 
rest as well satisfied about the matter as it is doing now? But, which 
of these associations have any ministers to spare? Do we not rather 
hear one and all of them calling for more men? And what shall be said 
of those associations that do not seem to be making as good showing in 
this respect as those specified above? The Young Mens' Christian ^As- 
sociation has been canvassing the schools, colleges, summer assemblies, 
and such places for fifteen years, sending out a great trumpet call for 
volunteers to the foreign field. Now they have turned their attention to 
the matter of appealing for men for the ministry as such, regardless of 
the place of work. Should our churches wait for some other agency 
to lead them out in making that cry which the Lord Himself enjoined 
upon His people when He walked amongst them. (Matt. 9:36-38?) 
Surely this is a matter that should receive some attention at the hands 
of this Convention. 

SHALL WE ENLARGE OUR SCOPE. 

The inauguration of the work of this Board was the response of our 
fathers to changing conditions. Hitherto this work had been carried on 
to some extent by means of preceptors. A young minister would take 
up residence for a longer or shorter period in the home of an older 
minister, and the elder would become a whole theological seminary and 
training school combined to his younger brother. But the age in which 
the work of this Board was born was an age of increasing specialization 
and of corresponding organization. Hence, they organized a college, one 
of the primary purposes of which was to educate a ministry that should 
be able to lead our people on to larger and richer things in the kingdom. 
The Baptist State Convention, likewise, was to have among its "primary 
objects," "to encourage and support Wake Forest College; to educate 
young men called of God to the ministry, and approved by the churches 
to which they belong." Thus it will be seen, that in beginning the work 
of this Board, our fathers were but responding in the spirit of faith and 
obedience to the conditions of this time. Shall we now follow the spirit 
of their example and broaden the scope of the work of this Board until 
it shall touch and bless every Baptist minister in the State? A con- 
spicuous feature in the education of today is the "university extension" 
idea. The heart of this idea has in it the purpose to take the blcssijigs 
of an institution and carry them to those who cannot come to it. Do 
we not need this work among the Baptist ministers of North Carolina? 
Is not Wake Forest the agency specially designed to give them such 
training, inspiration, and help as can be given by such a method? Is 
not the Board of Education the proper channel for mediating between 
the college and our ministers in North Carolina ? 

The suggestion has been made that we combine with the work of Ihis 
Board the work of raising and distributing such funds as mav be n.'ces- 



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sary to enable our young ministers to take a course in our Seminary at 
Louisville, Ky. 

FIJfANCIAL STATEMENT. 

The receipts and disbursements of the Board for the past year have 
been as follows: 

RECEIPTS. 

To balance from last year .$1,382 . 50 

To current income. (See Recorder) 4,10J:.05 



Total ' $5,486 . 



oo 



DISBtJRSKilENTS. 

Paid out as shown by vouchers 1-168 $4,038.92 

Balance on hand $1,447 . 63 

Respectfully submitted, W. R. Cullom, 

Corresponding Secretary. 

The report was discussed by C. J. Thompson and W .R. 
Cullom, and adopted after further remarks by F. P. Hob- 
good, J. E. Pace, G. A. G. Thomas, A. D. Hunter, J. F. Vines 
and M. A. Adams. 

The report on State Missions was submitted by C. H. Dur- 
ham, as follows : 

REPORT ON STATE MISSIONS. 

To support the gospel in all the destitute sections of the State is one 
of the primary objects of the Convention. The State Mission Board was 
appointed and began its work with the organization of the Convention, 
and the work of the Board is so interwoven with our denominational life 
that the history of the Convention could not be written without giving 
a large place to State Missions. 

It would be impossible for us to say to-day what would have been our 
loss had no State Mission Board been appointed and no organized State 
Mission work done. It is estimated that at least half of our churches 
in the State owe their existence, so far as hiunan agency goes, to the ef- 
forts of our Board, and two-thirds of the money that flows into the 
treasury for carrying on the Lord's work at home and abroad conies 
from those churches which have been thus aided and established. The 
figures show that mission churches and mission associations are the most 
liberal supporters of all departments of our work. 

The evangelization of North Carolina is therefore fundamental to all 
of our work at home and abroad. The conditions and supplies upon 
which all of the missionary enterprise in the home and foreign fields 
must depend are created and constantly enlarged by State Missions. 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 47 

For sometliing like an adequate conception of the work being done at 
present by our State Mission Board and its very efficient and conse- 
crated Secretary, let us observe that between three and four hundred 
points have been supplied by the missionaries of the Board during the 
year and over thirty houses of tcorship in course of construction. 

In the more important work of soul-winning the success of the mis- 
sionaries is gratifying indeed. We have it upon good authority that one 
of the missionaries baptized more people during the year than any other 
preacher in the State. And showers of spiritual blessings have fallen 
upon most of the mission fields. The labors of the Board's two evan- 
gelists have been greatly blessed of the Lord. They have visited many 
points, holding successful meetings and strengthening the hands of the 
faithful missionaries and pastors. 

After these years of wonderful success the State Mission Board has not 
finished its work, but is now well on the field to do larger work than 
ever before. The demand for enlargement is increasing every day and 
becoming more and more urgent. New towns are springing up as if by 
magic, and we must plant mission churches in them while they are in 
their infancy that the church may grow up with the town. 

In view of the many things which may readily be taken as evidence of 
the infinite importance of State Missions we are fully persuaded that 
upon it should be devoted our best energies and most liberal giving. 

Last year the Board was authorized to work on a basis of forty thou- 
sand dollars. It is the opinion of your Committee that we ought to 
expend not less than forty-five thousand dollars upon State Missions dur- 
ing the ensuing year. 

Respectfully submitted, Chas. H. Durham, 

Comviittee. 

At this point, E. T. Vann, on behalf of the Board of Mis- 
sions and Sunday Schools, voiced its appreciation of Cor- 
responding Secretary Livingston Johnson, who, as the Con- 
vention stood, was called to the platform and addressed the 
body. 

The report was further discussed by Braxton Craig, Evan- 
gelist for the East; W. R. Bradshaw, Evangelist for the West; 
A. A. Crater, on the Baptist Book Store ; A. B. Dunaway, on 
the Conference with the Colored Brethren ; and W. A. Ayers, 
on the work in the ITeuse- Atlantic Association. 

The missionaries of the Board, who were present, were 
recognized in a body and the audience joined in singing "A 
Soldier of the Cross." 

The recommendations in the report of the Board were, on 
motion of A. D. TTuuter, unanimously adopted. 



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A motion, made by A, B. Dunaway, was accepted, request- 
ing the Board of Missions and Sunday Schools to appoint 
a committee of five to arrange, as practicable, for future con- 
ference, with our colored brethren. 

The report on State Missions was then adopted. 

The hour having arrived for the consideration of Foreign 
Mission, W. C. Tyree, Vice-President of the Board for North 
Carolina, was called to the chair to preside during the dis- 
cussion. The report of the Committee was submitted by E. 
E. Bomar, as follows: 

REPORT ON" FOREIGN MISSIONS. 

Your committee is privileged to submit its report in a year of great 
grace. God Almighty, who led Abraham, has been leading us; the Lord 
God, who bore His people through flood and wilderness to the promised 
land, has upheld us in our feeble efforts to enter upon the purchased 
possessions of our Lord Jesus Christ. By His Providence, age-long bar- 
riers have been removed, iniquitous and hostile customs, hoary with an- 
tiquity, are falling to destruction; people that have sat for centuries in 
darkness are seeing a great light, and a spirit of expectancy is making 
itself felt over the whole world. Immeasurable and irresistible are the 
forces which work for the sacred cause of Foreign Missions. Great is 
the grace of God, who has called thousands to this work, and who has 
given to His people such a large measure of success. 

Our Foreign Mission Board, in its conduct of our work, has been en- 
abled year after year, for nine years, to make encouraging reports. Each 
year has been an advance on the other. This is evident, whether we look 
at our receipts or at the fruits of our toil. In 1900, for instance, the 
receipts were $140,102.00; three years later they had grown to the sura 
of $218,512.00; three years after this we passed the three hundred thou- 
sand mark, and the receipts were $.315,248.00. By the next year, end- 
ing April 30th, 1907, we passed the four hundred thousand mark by 
three thousand dollars. It seems only yesterday since Professor Car- 
ver, in the spring of 1904, called through the press for a quarter of a' 
million for Foreign Missions. We passed that, almost before we knew it, 
and we are now looking to pass the half million mark. 

In 1900 the total number of our misionaries and native preachers and 
helpers was 227; by the report of 1906, this number has become 500, 
and additions to our force have been made since then. In 1900 there 
was great rejoicing at the report of 1,.341 baptisms. For the first time 
in our history we had passed the mark of one thousand. Steadily the 
number of our baptisms have grown. By the report of 1907, we had 
2,239 baptisms. 

As to church members in our Foreign Mission churches the nui iber in 



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1900 was 6,537; by the report of 1907 there were 13,437 members, more 
than doubling the number of 1900. There are also other evidences of 
growth. Our fields of labor have been enlarged. Missions in China have 
been extended from the sea coast towns to the interior. Interior Brazil 
and the table lands of Western Africa have been entered. In Septem- 
ber, 1903, the Argentine Mission in South America was begun. 

Increase in educational and charitable work has been especially note- 
worthy. Our forty-five schools in 1900 had grown to 108, by 1900; our 
old and established theological school in Canton, China, conducted for 
years by Dr. R. H. Graves, is now well housed. A few years ago the 
Bush Theological Seminary was established at Hwanghein, China; The 
Yates Memorial College, earnestly worked for by our own R. T. Bryan 
has become a very ambitious union Baptist college with theological fea- 
tures, established at Shanghai; already in active operation, with bright 
prospects. Schools and seminaries for training the young to work and 
preach have become a prominent feature in our work in all countries. 
A Union Baptist Theological school was opened a few weeks ago in 
Fukuoka, Japan. Our beloved Corresponding Secretary Willingham 
was present at the opening and writes: 

"We are glad to have this school of the prophets and though we be- 
gin with only six students and several more expected in a few days, even 
this number will, be a great help to our work in Japan. We expect, 
however, soon to see the number of students increased. In this connec- 
tion it gives me pleasure to testify to the high character of our native 
ministry. They are intelligent, fine men — some of them coming from the 
old gentry or noble families of Japan. They preach with earnestness 
and power. Brother Cheba, who has been made President of the Semi- 
nary, is a graduate of the Theological Seminary in Rochester, N. Y." 

Our hospitals, all established since 1900, are all in China. They are: 
The John Stout Memorial at Wu Chow; the E. W. Warren Memorial at 
Hwanghein; the Yangchow Hospital; the Mayfield-Tyzzer, now under 
construction at Laichow; and the Oxner Memorial also under construc- 
tion at Pingtu. 

Perhaps the most encouraging evidence of growth is the rise and 
progress of the China Baptist Publication Society. This was established 
in February, 1899, with a paid in capital of $4,000.00 Chinese silver. 
The report of its operations for the year 1906 shows total assets of 
$118,000.00 with "productive property on hand which will pay all in- 
debtedness in a few years." One hundred and forty-eight separate 
publications (718,000 copies) came from its presses and binderies in that 
one year. The receipts for 1906 were $33,015.10. 

Turning from the statistical summary, there are points of special in- 
terest to us now. 

The first is the visit of our Corresponding Secretary Dr. R. J. Wil- 
lingham to foreign fields. He is already there in obedience to the oft 
repeated commands of the Convention, viewing the work at first hand. 



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He will use well his opportunities, and come back full of ideas and en- 
thusiasms. God prosper him and restore him to us! He must not 
come back to find a depleted treasury — God forbid! Meanwhile the 
secretarial force has been increased; the Rev. Dr. Wm. H. Smith, for a 
time Assistant Corresponding Secretary, is now Editorial Secretary; 
Rev. Dr. T. B. Ray is doing well as Educational Secretary, and Rev. Dr. 
S. J. Porter from our State is the efficient Field Secretary. 

The second point of special interest is the note sounded from the 
Southern Baptist Convention, which met last May at Richmond. This 
note sounds loud and clear, calling for $750,000.00. This is by far the 
greatest demand ever made upon us, but is it too much for nearly two 
million Baptists, claiming to be obedient subjects of our Lord? This 
demand did not spring from thoughtless enthusiasm, it grew of itself 
out of the sacrificial lives and sober thoughts of our people. 

To reach this, North Carolina Bajjtists must give $55,000.00 by May 
1, 1908, as against $30,418.17, our gifts for last year. If we shrink from 
the task, it ought to help us to know that our brethren in sister States 
are surpassing us. South Carolina gave more than $33,000; Virginia 
more than $50,000.00; Georgia more than $60,000.00, and proposes to 
give $98,000 this year. The commercial and agricultural development 
of our State has been tremendous, shall we not develop in the grace of 
giving also? It ought to stimulate us to note that our per capita gifts 
are behind the general average of Southern Baptists. 

The per capita gifts of Southern Baptists and of North Carolina Bap- 
tists, each year from 1900 to 1907, inclusive, were: 

Southern Baptists. N. C. Baptists. 

1900 087 1900 056 

1901 095 1901 056 

1902 105 1902 074 

1903 127 . 1903 09 

1904 139 1904 095 

1905 155 1905 109 

1906 166 1906 152 

1907 206 1907 155 

In presenting these figures, we do not forget that we have our own 
peculiar conditions; but so have the other States; nor do we forget 
that our State has made noble contributions of men and money. But 
our North Carolina spirit demands that we keep in front of the fore- 
most, we must not be content to do well, we must do our best. "The 
good is often enemy to the best." Nothing but the best can ever satisfy 
our Lord. A per capita gift of 25 cents from each white Baptist in 
North Carolina would give us $50,000.00 for foreign missions. Our 
Presbyterian brethren are working for a per capita gift of $4.00 this 
year. Theirs is a compact, wealthy body compared to ours, but we 
can not claim to be a poor people. Our people need only the inspira- 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 51 

tion of faith to enable us to do the great work to which we have 
already put our hands. 

The third point of special interest is the Laymen's Movement. This 
is not in any sense a new society, but an organization by laymen, for 
laymen to help missions. It is to enlist that great spirit of our men of 
business in the business of the world's conversion to Christ. Already 
its force has been felt in many Christian bodies. We feel sure that 
this Convention will do everything in its power to further its aims 
and endeavors. This Laymen's jMovement comes hard upon a deep 
impression of the leadership of our Pastors. Perhaps one reason for its 
coming to birth lies in the pecuniary sacrifices and earnest endeavors 
of our pastors. They must continue to lead, but what a mighty uplift 
there will be when the men are aroused to their full duty. Our women's 
work has already become a mighty factor. That woi'k will continue. 
But the time is on us when our laymen must come to the front. 

In conclusion your committee asks the liberty to call to our minds 
two well recognized truths: First, we must remember that this is God's 
work, to Him we must continually look. The commercial spirit of 
the age, may be our help or our curse. We do not need money so 
much as we need the Spirit of Jesus, the world's Saviour. If we lose 
sight of him, we will be influenced, like Peter, by threatening waves. 
Our greatest need is deeper, more fervent and more Christlike piety. 
What we are most to fear is not the condition of the country, but 
the condition of our own hearts. Information on missions is important 
to elicit and direct our interest, but there must first be power in us to 
elicit and direct. Our lives must be given up to the Spirit and Work 
of Jesus. If we had the piety of the Moravians, we would do their 
works — and greater. It remains trvie to-day that a sacrificial spirit is 
to be more desired than "thonsands of rams, and ten thousands of 
rivers of oil." That Spirit will supply all our needs of men and money. 

The second, truth is like unto the first: We must understand the 
will of the Lord and do it. He is not unreasonable in His commands. 
We are not commanded to convert the world; He must do that. But 
we are commanded to do our part for its conversion and uplifting in 
this generation. Our duty is to deal with conditions as they exist 
to-day, responsibility and opportunity are for to-day. "To each genera- 
tion belongs the noiety of duty and the whole of responsibility of that 
generation." Let us labor to perform that noiety of duty. 

In grateful recognition of God's great blessings and in view of the 
tremendous demands of the work, your committee recommends that we 
raise during this Convention year not less than $45,000 for foreign 
missions. 

E. E. BOMAK, 

Respectfully submitted, S. W. Bennett, 

Wm. Hedley. 
C. C. Smith, 
W. F. Carter, 
R. P. Walker. 



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The Convention was then addressed by S. J. Porter, of the 
Foreign Mission Board, of Kichmond, after which the report 
was adopted. 

T. B. Justice, for the Committee " to nominate Board of 
Education, made their report, which was adopted. (See list 
of "Boards of Convention.") 

R. D. Cross offered the report of the Committee to 
nominate Board of Missions and Sunday Schools, which was 
adopted. (See list of "Boards of Convention.") 

The morning session was then concluded. 



THIRD DAY— Afterxoox Session. 

The Convention assembled at 3 o'clock and was led in prayer 
by Braxton Craig. 

J. W. Wildman, for the Committee to nominate Ministers 
Relief Board, made their report, which was adopted. (See 
list of "Boards of Convention.") 

The following resolution, presented by T. B. Justice, was 

adopted : 

Resolved, That we rejoice to hear of the continued prosperity of 
the Chowan Baptist Female Intsitute, and of Oxford Female Seminary. 
We commend these Institutions for the important and efficient work 
they are doing in the education of the girls of the State, and thank 
God for the Christian influences that go out through their graduates. 

W .R. Cullom offered the following resolution, which was 

adopted : 

Resolved, That the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina 
learns with pleasure that our Southern Baptist Theological Seminary 
is seeking to celebrate its jubilee in 1909 by rounding out its endow- 
ment to a million dollars, and that we commend this movement heartily 
to our brethren who can invest in this worthy cause. 

W. C. Tyree, for the Committe appointed a year ago, re- 
ported a successful Pastor's Conference on the eve of the 
present session of the Convention, and it was ordered that the 
•Proceedings of the Conference be incorporated in the Con- 
vention Annual. 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 53 

On motion of M. A. Adams, the President is requested to 
appoint a committee of five to arrange for a Ministers' Con- 
ference another year in connection with the Convention. 

To the following telegram, the Secretary was asked to make 

response : 

Macon, Ga., Dec. 6, 1907. 
The Baptist Convention. 

Gieetings in love. Ephesians 3:14-21; Isaiah 54:2, 3; Matthew 28: 
18-20. Wm. H. Hicii. 

The report on Denominational Secondary Schools was pre- 
sented by P. S. Vann, as follows : 

REPORT ON DENOMINATIONAL SCHOOLS. 

There are 135 teachers in our denominational schools. There are 
2,955 students being taught by tliese consecrated teachers. From this 
enrollment there were approximately 300 conversions last year. From 
these institutions 125 students entered our denominational colleges this 
past fall. There are yearly from four to five hundred young men and 
young women with minds and hearts brightened and quickened on 
account of the training received at these schools who enter directly 
from their doors into the various and busy walks of life. 

The civic, educational, moral and religious influences exerted directly 
or indirectly by these institutions through those who never go to col- 
lege as well as those who receive college training can not possibly be 
estimated. 

A large majority of the Baptist hosts have always been and always 
will be composed of the great middle class forming the backbone of 
civil, religious and industrial society who have not and can not have 
the advantage of college training, but who, nevertheless, should be 
trained in mind, heart and hand for all of the duties of practical citi- 
zenship. And in this training no agency can be more potent than our 
denominational schools located here and there throughout the State 
within easy reach of the masses. 

While recognizing the uplifting influence of these schools upon our 
denomination and our State, we are compelled to admit that with fewer 
than 30 denominational high schools already established in the great 
State of North Carolina, we have only been playing and experimenting 
with the question. We have made but a beginning. The entire terri- 
tory of our State, practically speaking, is virgin soil awaiting our de- 
velopment in so far as this department of our denominational activity 
is coneeined. 

The State has already begun the establishing of high schools in every 
county in the State, possibly on account of our failing to do our duty 
in this regard. The schools are free to all of a certain grade. Shall 



54 MINUTES OF THE 

we now falter, shall we give up our God-given mission, shall we play 
Jonah and allow ourselves to be thrown overboard and spend a period 
in midnight darkness rather than go straight forward in the discharge 
of our duties? 

Let us stand by our institutions with our support, with our patronage 
and with our prayers. 

We recommend that this session appoint a committee of 5 to consider 
and report to the next Convention upon the advisability of more vital 
relationship between these Denominational High Schools and the Con- 
vention. 

Respectfully submitted, P. S. Vann, 

J. C. Clifford, 
S. J. Cobb, 

C. E. MCCULLEN, 

C. L. Do^vELL, 
J. W. Smith, 
' N. H. Shepherd. 

The report was discussed by P. S. Vann, I. N. Loftin, J. 
R. Pace, J. A. Campbell, C. M. Rock, C. M. Beach and W. 
C. Barrett, and adopted. 

The President appointed the following Committee on Cor- 
respondence Course: W. R. Cullom, W. C, Tyree, Livingston 
Johnson, C. J. Thompson, B. W. Spilman. 

The Secretary announced the following exchange of tele- 
grnm=; with the Conference now in session in !New Bern : 

To Methodist Conference, New Bern, N. C. 

Dear Brethren: The Baptist Convention sends Christian greeting. 
2d Thess. 2:16, 17. N. B. Broughton. 

Secretary. 

New Bern, N. C, December 6th, 1907. 
The Baptist Convention, Wilmington, "North Carolina. 

Responsive greetings in Christ. Phillippians four twenty and twenty- 
one. W. L. CUNNIGGIM, 

Sec'y N. C. Conference. 

A. D. Ward, for the Committee, offered the report on Tem- 
perance, which was unanimously adopted by rising vote with- 
out discussion: 

Wo wish again to declare our uncompromising hostility to the liquor 
traffic as the great enemy of the peace and good morals of the people, 
the well being of the home and the work of the Gospel among men. 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 55 

We congratulate the people of North Carolina on the splendid progress 
made in temperance in the last ten years, and on tiie rising tide at this 
time to drive the traffic out of the State. 

We extend our encouragement to the people now engaged in their 
efforts to vote the traflSc out of the several cities and towns in the 
State where it is now heing carried on, and to the Anti-Saloon League 
in its work. 

Believing the traflBc in intoxicating liquors to be inherently wrong, 
we emphatically declare ourselves in favor of the principle of State 
prohibition. 

Further: We favor the enactment of such laws by the Congress as 
shall prohibit the shipment, for purposes of traffic, by inter-state car- 
riers, of intoxicating liquors into prohibited territory. 

We urge upon our people to continue the great campaign of education 
and law-enforcement against the sale and use of intoxicating liquors 
until this great curse shall be reduced to a minimum in our State. 

A. D. Wakd, 
For the Committee. 

The report on Periodicals was offered for the Commit- 
tee by A. B. Dunaway, and adopted as follows: 
REPORT ON PERIODICALS. 

A very important agency for the development of our people in de- 
nominational loyalty and usefulness, is our literature. It is a pain- 
ful fact that it has not been appreciated and supported as it should be. 

The Biblical Recorder has been for many years a mighty factor in 
keeping the churches informed on the great questions which have 
claimed the attention of our brotherhood. It has been strong, fearless 
and faithful and is worthy of confidence and support. The recent 
change does not in any way impair our obligation, and we ought to 
exert our influence in increasing its circulation. 

Charity and Children, our Orphanage paper, is one of our brightest 
and best, and deserves a much wider reading. Every church in the 
State ought to give it a hearty welcome, not simply because it will be 
helping a good cause, but because of the benefit the church will receive. 

The Foreign, Mission Journal, published in Richmond, Va., gives the 
news from the foreign field and quickens missionary zeal for the spread 
of the gospel "in the regions beyond." 

The Home Field, published by the Home Board of Atlanta, Ga., has 
changed its form and improved its matter, and ought to find its way 
in thousands of homes where it does not now go. 

The literature of our Sunday school and Bible Board, located in 
Nashville, Tenn., is able and safe, as good as the best, and is worthy 
of the patronage of every Baptist Sunday school within the borders 
of the Southern Baptist Convention. 

We take pleasure in commending the Revieio and Expositor, edited 



56 MINUTES OF THE 

by the faculty of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, for its 
scholarship and helpfulness. Its book review department is specially 
valuable in suggestions. 

A. B. DUNAWAY. 
H. C. DOCKEKY, 

M. L. Shipman, 

D. F. Putnam, 
J. W. Lynch, 

E. J. Harrell, 
C. A. Jenkens. 

After discussion bj J. C. Clifford, A. D. Hunter, W. E. 
Cnllom, J. W. Wildman and F. P. Hobgood, the following 
resolution, prepared by W. C. Tyree, was adopted: 

''Resolved, That this Convention instruct the Board of Education 
to make no requirement, expressed or implied, of ministerial students 
to pay back, as a debt, the money appropriated for their benefit while 
students at Wake Forest College or at the Theological Seminary." 

On motion of J. C. Massee, the Committee on Order of 
Business for next session is instructed to provide for the 
presentation of the report of the Board of Education. 

The Convention then adjourned with benediction by J. J. 
Hall. 



THIRD DAY— Evening Session. 

The Convention was called to order at 7 :30 p. m., by Vice- 
President Ward, and the devotional service was conducted 
by W. A. Ayers. 

The following resolution was offered by R. E. Neighbor, 
and adopted: 

Resolved, That the Convention by rising vote extend to J. W. Bailey 
and Jno. A. Gates their deepest appreciation of the service rendered by 
them to our Lord Jesus and to our Baptist brotherhood. 

These men for years toiled as editors of the Recorder and N. C. Bap- 
tist respectively. They worked in harmony as editors and in their re- 
tiring from active editorial life we desire to express our appreciation of 
their service. 

The report of the Board of Trustees of Wake Forest Col- 
lege was presented by W. L. Poteat, as follows : 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 57 

REPORT OF THE TRUSTEES OF WAKE FOREST COLLEGE. 

With grateful hearts we report another good jear at the college. The 
total enrollment of students this session so far — 351 — is in excess of 
that of any previous fall term. This is especially significant in view 
of the elevation of the entrance requirements upon short notice and the 
failure of a number of applicants to meet these requirements, necessitat- 
ing their return to the academy. Of the whole student body 90 per 
cent are church members. There are 73 ministerial students, of whom 
53 are assisted by the Board of Education. Dr. Lynch, the college 
pastor, in co-operation with the faculty, arranges every year for a series 
of special meetings to lead the unconverted to Christ and to quicken 
the religious life of the whole institution. Such a meeting with results 
of unusual importance was conducted in November by Dr. Wm. E. 
Hatcher. 

Since the last Convention the only changes in the faculty have been 
the appointment of Professor J. Henry Highsmith to the chair of educa- 
tion in place of Professor Darius Eatman, resigned, and the with- 
drawal of Professor Luther R. Mills from the chair of Pure Mathemat- 
ics on account of the condition of his health, after a notable service 
of forty years. The work of Professor J. B. Carlyle in the Latin de- 
partment has been provided for by temporary arrangements, leaving him 
free to devote all his time to the brilliant canvass which he has made 
for the increase of the endowment of the College. Twenty-five men, 
besides laboratory assistants, are giving instruction in the sixteen de- 
partments of the College. The high standard of efficiency in these de- 
partments, which has made the reputation of the College, is maintained. 

The Wake Forest plant now comprises seven college buildings, which 
together with their equipment and the collage grounds have been ap- 
praised at $179,925. The present endowment is $288,000. Accordingly, 
the total valuation of the property of the denomination at Wake Forest 
is practically a half million of dollars. But the best asset of the Col- 
lege cannot be set down in dollars and cents. It is the Wake Forest 
spirit, indefinable and the slow gro\vth of years of wholesome tradi- 
tions in a distinctively Christian atmosphere, but none the less definite 
and precious because it escapes analysis. It has extended through 
the thousands of its students out to the wide constituency of the Col- 
lege, imposing everywhere the same ideals and solidifying us all into a 
unity of love and loyalty. This is the wealth of the College and the 
secret of its power. And this is the ground and hope of the appeal 
which is now made for a large increase of the resources of the institu- 
tion. The Board of Trustees holds this property and administers this 
great enterprise to further the practical aims of the Convention. We 
consider ourselves the servants of the Convention, conducting one of 
the departments of its work. We are irrevocably committed to co- 
operation with it in extending the reign of Christ among men. And 
now, in this period of expansion and widening opportunity, the College, 



58 MINUTES OF THE 

like the Board of Missions, feels the urgency of a larger income. The 
demand for certain external betterments must be met at the earliest 
moment. More accommodations and better must be provided for the 
increasing number of students. The teaching force is inadequate in 
number, overworked and underpaid. Two of the important departments 
are in pressing need of division. We set down here with grateful appre- 
ciation the generous response to the appeal which we made at the last 
Convention. That response has been widespread in our own brother- 
hood, and many noble spirits of other communions have borne a liberal 
part in it. The subscription of $112,500 necessary to secure the $37,500 
from the General Education Board is not yet completed. But little time 
remains before the expiration of the period prescribed for taking this 
subscription. Victory is in sight. Will not this Convention now ad- 
vance upon it with a shout and make it ours? 

Followino- the report, the Convention was addressed by 
Livingston Johnson, J. W. Bailey, and J. B. Carlyle, and 
subscriptions were taken amounting to about $10,200, thus 
completing the Endowment Fund of $150,000. 

The report Avas adopted, the Convention joined in singing 
the doxology and adjourned with prayer by W. C. Tyree. 



FOURTH DAY— Morning Session. 

Wilmington, IST. C, December 7, 1907. 

The devotional exercises were conducted by E. E. l^eighbor. 

The President took the chair at 9 :30 and the proceedings 
of yesterday were read and approved. 

On motion of Livingston Johnson, the Secretaries were in- 
structed to have four thousand copies of the Minutes printed. 

The following resolution, offered by Livingston Johnson, 

was adopted after discussion by N. B. Broughton, W .R. Cul- 

lom and R. E. ISTeighbor : 

Resolved 1. That it is the sense of this Convention that church 
clerks should not send names of delegates appointed to the Convention 
to the committee of entertainment. 

2. That no delegate who does not apply in person for entertainm-nt, 
and whose application is not in the hands of the committee at least 
three days before the meeting of the Convention, shall be entitled to en- 
tertainment. 

3. That the committee on entertainment be authorized to publish 
these resolutions in the Recorder, as the action of the Convention. 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 69 

G. A. Martin, for the Committee on Religious Exercises, 
read appointments for members of the Convention in various 
churches of the city on to-morrow. 

The .President appointed the following Committee on 
Pastor's Conference for next year ; C. J. Thompson, J. C. 
Massee, R. D. Cross, T. J. Taylor and M. A. Adams. 

The Convention was then addressed by J. Harry Tyler, 
of Baltimore, in regard to the Laymen's Movement. 

The following resolution, offered by W. L. Poteat, was 
adopted : 

Resolved, That this Convention record its pleasure in the Laymen's 
Mission Movement, and that brethren J. W. Bailey, Archibald John- 
son and N. B. Broughton be appointed a committee to act in co-opera- 
tion with the State Board of Missions in organizing and pushing this 
work. 

On motion, the paper forming part of the address of 
Brother Tyler, was requested for publication in the Biblical 
Recorder. 

The report of the Committee on Woman's Work was offered 
by R. E. ISTeighbor, as follows : 

REPORT ON WOMAN'S WORK. 

To overestimate the value of the work accomplished by our women 
is almost impossible. 

Only within the last year have the men become aroused and the great 
Laymen's Movement been inaugurated, which promises so much to the 
cause of missions. 

For years, however, our women, always alert to the call of Christ, 
have been faithfully banded together disseminating among themselves 
and others, missionary knowledge and giving largely of their means 
to missionary work. 

In this way they have materially enlarged the gifts of churches both to 
Home and Foreign Missions. 

Paul said, "help those women who labored with me in the gospel." 
Therefore your committee heartily recommend: 

1. The organization, wherever practicable, of woman's missionary 
societies within the bounds of this Convention. 

2. That the pastors and churches give to this movement their hearti- 
est co-operation. 

Respectfully submitted, F. P. Hobgood, 

J. J. Hall, 
R. E. Neighbor, 
C. L. Haywood; 



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Remarks were made bj R. E. Neighbor and C. C. Smith, 
after which the report was adopted. 

The President appointed the following Standing Commit- 
tee to report next session : 

Home Missions. — C. A. Jenkens. 
Foreign Missions. — J. L. White. 
State Missions. — R. D. Cross. 
Sunday Schools. — Chas. Lee Smith. 
Obituaries. — J. A. Smith. 

The following resolution, offered by Hight C. Moore, was 
imanimously adopted by rising vote : 

Whereas, This session marks the twenty-fifth anniversary of the un- 
broken service of Bro. N. B. Broughton as Recording Secretary of the 
Convention; therefore, be it 

Resolved, That we hereby express our grateful appreciation of his 
faithful and efficient services during this most prosperous quarter cen- 
tury in the history of North Carolina Baptists. 

The following resolution, presented by Livingston Johnson, 
was adopted : 

Whereas, the delegates from two communities have informed the com- 
mittee that they would take the next meeting of the Convention; and 

Whereas, because of certain circumstances it is impossible at this time 
to decide which of these places should be selected ; therefore, 

Resolved, That the committee on place and preacher be asked to re- 
port as to the preacher, but that the place be left to a special committee, 
which committee shall publish their decision in the Biblical Recorder 
as soon as possible. 

W. L. Poteat offered the following resolution, which was 
adopted by rising vote : 

Resolved, That this Convention express its hearty appreciation of the 
important and successful work of Brother Hight C. Moore as Field 
Secretary of Sunday Schools in North Carolina for the past four years, 
and, now that he goes from us to continue the same work in a wider 
field in connection with the Sunday School Board of the Southern Bap- 
tist Convention, we cordially commend him to the brotherhood of the 
South. 

The report of the Minister's Relief Board was presented 
by Corresponding Secretary J. F. McDuflSe, and was dis- 
cussed by iY. B. Broughton and W .C. Barrett. 



BArTIST STATE CONVENTION. (Jl 

REPORT OF THE MINISTER'S RELIEF BOARD. 

The churches of the Convention have responded very nobly during this 
year, for the support of our old brethren and their families. Our hearts 
have been made to rejoice in the fact that our contributions have nearly 
measured up to the request made at the last meeting of our Convention 
in Gjeensboro. We congratulate the brethren of the Convention for 
their liberality towards this work. We anticipate the day when we 
can meet all the demands that are upon us for these old servants of God. 

There are now twenty-four associations represented on the Ministerial 
Relief Board. There are thirty-four beneficiaries being helped by the 
' Board. We received three at the meeting in May : Mrs. Rebecca 
Briggs, of the Chowan Association; Mrs. Sarah A. Dow, of the Cape 
Fear and Columbus Association; Rev. Wm. R. Carawan, of the Chowan 
Association. One was received in August: Mrs. Rhoda Land. Three 
in November: Rev. John Crisp, of the Three Forks Association; Rev. G. 
W. Adams, of the Stone Mountain Association, and Mrs. Annie K. 
Downing of the Bladen Association. Most of these come to us with 
pitiful pleas; and are in a needy condition. We have discontinued two 
whose condition was not such as to require further help. 

The demands upon us now, are greater than ever before, having 
thirty-four now depending upon us, in a measure, for their suppoort. 
We have greater responsibilities resting upon us than ever before. 

We recommend an increase of contributions to the churches of the 
Convention during the ensuing year. As our responsibilities increase 
for these old brethren and their families, we need to meet the demands 
upon us, enlarged contributions from the churches. 

God has graciously blessed us during the year. Only one beneficiary 
has died during the year. Their health is comparatively good, so far as 
we know, except some of them who are very old and feeble. 

Rev. C. J. Thompson, 

J. F. MacDuffie, President. 

Corresponding Secretary. 

Report of Treasurer of Baptist Ministerial Relief Board for Year 
Ending Dec. 2, 1907. 
1906. received. 

Dec. 5. Balance $1,092.49 

1907. 

April 17. W. Durham, Treasurer 1,008.27 

Sept. 19. W. Durham, Treasurer 680. 14 

Nov. 28. W. Durham, Treasurer 1,377 . 13 

Interest 459 . 5 1 

4.6 17. '54 



62 MINUTES OF THE 

PAID. 

Rev, H. N. Moss $115.00 

Rev. James Jordan 115.00 

Rev. M. L. Green 105.00 

Rev. Ransom Pinner 90.00 

Rev. H. W. Briggs 90.00 

Rev. W. J. Fulford ". 80.00 

Rev. L. A. Loyd 80.00 

Rev. C. A. Blevins 80.00 

Rev. Solomon Blackburn SO.OO 

Rev. B. M. Hoyle 80.00 

Rev. R. J. Bennett 80.00 

Rev. Ephraim Xorris §0.00 ■ 

Rev. Wm. ' Harris 80.00 

Rev. Xewton Wright 20.00 

Rev. W. S. Melvin , 80.00 

Rev. A. P. Stoker 32.50 

Rev. H. W. Graham 65.00 

Rev. W. F. Gray 12.50 

Rev. F. P. Cheek 12.50 

Rev. W. R. Carawan 75.00 

Mrs. C. F. Humphries 110.00 

Mrs. Cordelia J. Honeycutt 110.00 

Mrs. Sibby Combs 90.00 

Mrs. Amanda Sellers 75.00 

Mrs. L. P. Brown 80.00 

Mrs. Elva Cairnes 80.00 

Mrs. Annie K. Downing 75.00 

Mrs. Elizabeth Duncan 70.00 

Mrs. Sarah M. Hughes 55.00 

Mrs. M. J. Tart GO.OO 

Mrs. Rebecca Briggs 50.00 

Mrs. Sarah A. Dow 50.00 

Mrs. Rhoda Land 25.00 

Mrs. H. C. Register 17.50 

Rev. G. W. Adams 17.50 

Rev. John Crisp 5.00 2,422 . 50 

Clerk Superior Court Sampson County 6 . GO 

Printing 3 . 30 

Postage 5 . 00 

P. I. B. Fund 1,021 . 84 

Balance on hand 1,159 . 90 

4,617.54 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 63 

Permanent Interest Bearing Fund: 

Sundry loans $6,757.00 

Balance on hand 546 . 46 



Total 7,303.46 

Kesijectfully submitted, T. E. Cheek, 

Treasurer. 

Examined and found correct to the best of our knowledge and belief. 
Dec. 4, 1907. H. A. Foushee, 

R. H. RiGGSBEE, 

Auditors. 

A special donation of $500.00 was made to this Board during the year, 
by the vote of the Eastern Association, from a fund of an old Minister's 
Fraternal JBenefit Association, which no^ longer exists, but left this 
amount on hand.This amount is included in the above receipts. 

A. Johnson offered tlie following resolution, which was 
adopted : 

The Convention hereby expresses its high appreciation of the admira- 
ble work done by the reporters of the Wilmington papers and the Char- 
lotte Observer and Ealeigh News and Observer in reporting the pro- 
ceedings of this body. 

The President appointed the following as the Special Com- 
mittee on Place of Next Meeting : J. T. Alderman, Livingston 
Johnson, R. E. I^eighbor and W. C. Barrett. 

[The Committee, on December 14, decided upon Wilson as 
the place of next meeting.] 

The following resolution, offered by J. T. Alderman, was 
adopted : 

Resolved, That the highest appreciation of the Convention be, in this 
public way, expressed to the citizens of Wilmington and the First Bap- 
tist Church in particular for the full and generous hospitality extended 
to the members of this body during this session of the Convention. 

The following were appointed as the Committe of Five, 
called for in the report on Secondary Denominational S.chools : 
C. M. Beach, J. A. Beam, G. E. Lineberry, R. L. Moore and 
J. C. Clifford. 

J. A. Smith offered the following report of the Committee 
on Obituaries, pending the adoption of which memorial tri- 
butes were given by J. A. Smith, R. T. Vann and J. T. Alder- 
man : 



64 MIK^UTES OF THE 

REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON OBITUARIES. 



IN MEMORIAM. 

"I go to prepare a place for you." 

During the past Conventional year several of our beloved brethren 
and co-workers in the gospel have completed their earthly labors and 
have entered upon the saintly everlasting rest. Mourning their loss, ap- 
preciating their lives and labors and rejoicing in their victory over 
death, we at this time united by a common bond of sympathy and 
Christian love bring to this Convention a list of those who have passed 
from our earthly circles to the reward of the faithful. In presenting 
this list the committee feel and recognize the fact that it is partial and 
hope that this Convention may adopt a plan to make it more complete 
and representative in the future. 

Sawyers Creek: We have recently lost our much esteemed and be- 
loved brother. Dr. R. R. Overby, who gave his life to the cause of 
Christ in Virginia and North Carolina. We copy a brief sketch of his 
life from the columns of the last issue of the Biblical Recorder. Dr. 
Overby died at his home near Sawyers Creek on the last of November. 
He was born October 12, 1827, in Dinwiddie county, Virginia. His 
mother and father were devout members of the Methodist Church and 
had a family of nine children — five boys and four girls, all of whom are 
now dead. He was converted while a young man and united with the 
Baptist Church. He soon felt called to preach the gospel but he had no 
advantages except the common county school. He married Jliss Lucy 
Hudson in ]May, 1846. In 1850 he made arrangements and entered 
Richmond College and there prepared for his life work. He began tiis 
ministry in Southampton county, Va., in 1856 and was afterwards pas- 
tor in Petersburg and came to North Carolina in 1859 to accept the 
agency of Chowan Female Institution at Murfreesboro. He was suc- 
cessful in behalf of this school and largely through his efforts the Insti- 
tution was placed on such a good financial basis that with loyal friends 
and wise and judicious management it has done as much, if not more for 
the education of women in Eastern North Carolina, than any other. In 
1868 he made a successful canvass to increase the endowment of Wake 
Forest College. In 1866 he accepted the pastorate of the Baptist church 
in Elizabeth City and afterwards he spent his life in serving the 
chinches of Eastern North Carolina. The degree of D. D. was con- 
ferred upon him by Wake Forest in recognition of his faithful service 
as a minister of Jesus Christ. No man for the past fifty years has 
wielded a greater influence for good than Dr. Overby and no one has 
been more successful in his labors. He has probably baptized more 
people into the fellowship of Baptist churches than any other minister in 
North Carolina. 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 65 

"Servant of God well done; 

Eest from thy loved employ, 
The battle fought, the victory won, 

Enter thy Master's joy." 

Rocky Mount: During the past year our brother Eev. J. K. Howell, 
a faithful servant of God was also called from the labors of earth to the 
refreshment of Heaven. Those who knew him best learned to love him 
for his pure christian character and for his zeal and faithfulness in the 
Master's cause. In the language of one who knew him best "he was not 
a great preacher as that word goes but he preached no foolishness. Be- 
ing satisfied to preach the pure gospel in the old fashioned way he never 
strained the scriptures to appear original. No one was in danger of be- 
ing misled by his preaching. He labored not only for the salvation of 
souls but for the proper training of them. In brief he joined together 
•those two grand ideas, salvation and service. He lived to a good ripe 
old age and Avhen the summons came he was ready to be gathered to his 
fathers. 

"Soldier of Christ, well done, 
Praise be thy new employ, 
And while eternal ages run. 
Rest in thy Saviour's joy." 

Mount Olive: When our fathers and brethren were assembling in the 
city of Greensboro a year ago the spirit of Rev. John T. Albritton was 
wending its way to the general assembly of the first born on high. 
Bro. Albritton was born in Greene County, and when he was converted 
he felt called to preach the gospel. He entered Wake Forest as a min- 
isterial student and on leaving college he at once entered ujjon his 
life work. He at first combined preaching and teaching in Greene county 
and afterwards in Wayne and Duplin counties. He had a special fond- 
ness for collecting historic data and perhaps with one or two excep- 
tions knew more about Baptist history, both ancient and modern, than 
any other man in the State. In preaching he was more didactic than 
the majority of preachers and like the Apostle Jude he believed in 
contending earnestly for the faith which was once delivered unto the 
saints. He was a deep and logical thinker and believed in reaching 
the heart through the head and it was owing to this fact that he was 
not as popular as most preachers Avho stir the great congregation from 
the pulpit and platform by powerful appeal to the imaginative and emo- 
tional. But our brother was a great and good man and will be held in 
everlasting remembrance by his brethren all over the State. Those who 
believe in preserving files of our denominational papers can come in 
contact vv'ith his thoughts and ideas by reference to the papei-s which 
they have stored away. Like "the package of old letters," they will 
remind us of the hallowed associations of the past and the sweet and 
tender memories of the days that are past and gone. 

5 



GQ MINUTES OF THE 

"As lioly quiet reigns around, 

A calm which life nor death destroys; 
Nothing disturbs that peace profound 
Which his unfettered soul enjoys." 
Bethel Hill: Brother James L. Barrett died at Bethel Hill, the home 
of his youth, September, 1907. He was trained by J. A. Beam in Bethel 
Hill Institute. According to the testimony of his faithful teacher he 
was one of the purest and noblest young men he ever knew or taught. 
Bro. Barrett entered \Yake Forest College for the purpose of equipping 
himself for his life work but his health broke down and he was com- 
pelled to leave college. After spending some time at home, his health 
greatly improved and he began the pastoral work. Although he could 
not complete his education at Wake Forest he was richly qualified in 
heart and mind to labor for the highest and best interesto of his fellow 
men. 

"Asleep in Jesus! blessed sleep. 

From which none ever wake to weep, 
A calm and undisturbed repose, 
Unbroken by the last of foes." 

Raleigh: Our Brother G. 'SI. Allen, the senior deacon of the First 
Baptist Church, of Raleigh, has also crossed the river and joined the 
saints in light. He was in the midst of a revival meeting at 4 o'clock 
p. ni. and passed away the same day at 9 p. m. His age at the time of 
his death was 73. 

"Asleep in Jesus ! Oh how sweet, 
To be for such a slumber meet! 
With holy confidence to sing 

That death hath lost its venomed sting." 

Wake Forest: Mrs. Mary Hunter Taylor, the beloved wife of Dr. C- 
E. Taylor, departed from us Aug. 9, 1900, in the 59th. year of her age. 
She was a daughter of Rev. J. L. Prichard, D.D., of blessed memory, 
who was the founder of the First Baptist Church of Wilmington, N. C. 
She was united in marriage to Dr. Taylor some time in 1872 and the 
union was blessed with six daughters and one son, Mr. C. E. Taylor, Jr., 
cashier of one of the leading banks of this city. She had a most re- 
markable talent and rare intellect. She had a lovable spirit and was 
tactful and winsome in her manners. She was thoroughly in sym- 
pathy with Dr. Taylor in all of his college work. She was never 
strong physically during her married life but her strong personality 
modeled her home and surroundings. She suflfered a painful accident 
some months before her death from which she never recovered, but 
she submitted to the will of Him who doeth all things well. Her death 
is deeply felt by her family and friends, 

"Yet again we hope to meet thee, 
When the day of life is fled, 

Then in Heaven with joy to greet thee, 
Where no farewell tear is shed." 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 67 

BrotTier Abner Aydlett, age 77, went to 



his Heavenly home October 19th, 1907. He was diligent in business, fer- 
vent in spirit, serving the Lord. He was honest in office and eminently 
successful as a business man. For fifty years he was a conseorated lover 
of the Christ and a most active and zealous member of the church. 

"Unvail thy bosom faithful tomb! 

Take this new treasure to thy trust. 
And give these sacred relics room 

To seek a slumber in the dust." 

Wake Forest: Brother John Marchant Brewer was the oldest son 
of John Brewer. His father died when he was a student at Wake For- 
est College. This made it necessary for him to give up his course at 
college and return to the State of Virginia to look after his father's bus- 
iness and also to look after the interests of his mother and younger 
brothers. In 1844 he married Miss Ann Eliza, the only daughter of 
Rev. Samuel Wait, D.D., the first president of Wake Forest. A few 
years afterwards he moved to Wake Forest and after moving there he 
and his wife united with the Baptist church at that place. He spent 
the remainder of his life there and was conspicuous for his faithfulness 
to his trust. After his death it was discovered that his contributions 
to his church expenses presented an unbroken column. The last Sun- 
day of his life he was not forgetful of his church, but from his dying 
bed he sent in his usual contribution through a personal friend. His 
marriage with Miss Wait resulted in nine children and the oldest and 
youngest became distinguished educators. When he became too deaf 
to hear preaching he attended services regularly mat he might set a 
good example to others. God called him home February 10th, 1907. 

"Break from his throne illustrious morn! 

Attend, earth, His sovereign word ; 
Restore Thy trust; — a glorious form 

Shall then arise to meet the Lord. 

"And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes." 

Supplementary: There are doubtless others of our dear brothers and 
sisters who have passed over the river of death since our last session of 
the Convention but we cannot even so much as name them, for a lack of 
information, therefore we do recommend that the Convention do now 
appoint a chairman of the Obituary Committee who may gather during 
the year the necessary facts for this memorial feature of our Convention. 

Jas. a. Smith, 

E. W. TiMBEKLAKE, 

J. B. Ferrebee, 
R. A. Moore, 
S. W. Hall, 
J. S. Smiley, 
J. H. Spaulding, 



68 MINUTES OF THE 

The Secretary was instructed to insert the following tribute, 
which appeared in the 1907 Minntes of the Union Associa- 
tion: 

Rev. David A. Snider, the son of Rev. Solomon Snider, was born near 
the present site of North Monroe, May 8, 1844; fell on sleep at his home 
in Wingate May 13, 1907, at seven o'clock, after great physical sulfering, 
which he bore as became the faithful servant of God who had fought the 
figh't, kept the faith, and was ready to meet his Master. At his dearly 
beloved old home church, Faulks, his body was laid to final rest. 

At the call of his country he rendered unto Caesar the things that 
were Caesar's as a Confederate soldier, and returning from that war, he 
put on the armor of God and fought with unremitting zeal till called 
away to meet his Captain face to face. Having begun to preach in 1870, 
he was ordained to the full work of the ministry by a presbytery con- 
sisting of the deacons of Faulks church and Rev. J. L. Bennett and Rev. 
J. W. Phifer, May 4, 1872. The ordination certificate states that the 
presbytery, after a deliberate and careful examination found him "or- 
thodox in gospel doctrine, sound and established in the ordinances, and 
correct and discreet in ecclesiastical government." And thus he re- 
mained for the thirty-seven years of his arduous labors in the ministry: 
From that time till his final sickness he worked with unflagging zeal in 
the service of his denomination, preaching any and everywhere that the 
people called him and doing the work of a pioneer preacher. It would 
be hard to tell the churches that he planted and nourished and built 
up. Like other preachers of his day, he knew neither heat nor cold, 
and stood back from no hardship in carrying on the work which was so 
dear to his heart. And, like most men of the time, in this section, he 
had no early educational advantages, but possessed strong common 
sense, and became a most thorough student of the Bible. Jt was his 
book of books, and he almost knew it line by line. His greatest pleas- 
ure was in preaching the gospel, and where he was called to preach he 
went without ever asking or thinking whether there would be pay for 
services other than the good he could do. A "soldier of the cross," he 
enlisted for the war and never grew tired, and when compelled to lay his 
armor by, his most earnest thought Avas for the continuation of the 
work. He not only served faithfully, but humblj-, seeking not to be a 
captain, nor to be talked of nor praised nor conspicuous, but to work 
where work was most needed. A life of service, his reward is now 
achieved. 

No hardship was too great, no sacrifice too much for him in carrying 
the tidings of great joy. And he enjoyed in his own heart the reality of 
the truth as he preached it to others, and from Pisgah's top he viewed 
with bright antii:'ii)ations the celestial regions that awaited him. His 
life was given to the people of this association, and they have just cause 
to call his name blessed. J. a. Bivens. 

J. L. Be.nnett, 

R. F. BEA.SLEY, 

Committee. 



BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 69 

The following resolution, offered by W. R. Cullom, was 

adopted : 

Resolved, That this Convention send to Prof. L. R. Mills, of Wake 
Forest, assurances of tender love and of heartfelt appreciation on the 
part of his Baptist brotherhood throughout the State of their great joy 
at hearing that his health is so much improved, and of their hope and 
prayer that he may soon be able to go on with his important work in 
the kingdom. 

J. T. Alderman, for tlie Committee, made the following 
report, which was adopted : 

Place — 

Preacher — William Lunsford. 

Alternate — J. T. Jenkins. 

The Convention adjourned with benediction by R. A. 
Moore. 



FOURTH DAY— Evening Session. 

After devotional exercises, conducted by R. D. Cross, a ser- 
mon was preached by T. W. Chambliss, on "The Vision of 
Isaiah." 

The President assumed the chair to conduct the closing 
exercises of the session. 

The following resolution, offered by G. A. Martin, was 

adopted : 

Resolved, That we, the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina, 
commend and encourage the work of the Woman's Christian Temperance 
Union. 

The Committee on Religious Exercises read again the list 
of appointments for various members of the Convention in 
the churches of the city to-morrow. 

After appropriate closing remarks by the President, the 
Convention, with benedictory prayer by Fred D. Hale, ad- 
journed to meet at the place to be named by the Special Com- 
mittee on Wednesday after the first Sunday in December, in 
1908. 

K B. Broughton, J. B. CARLYLE, 

HiGHT C. Moore, President. 

Secretaries. 



LIST OF MESSENGERS. 



[This list is given by Associations (capitals) and churches (black). 
The post-office address, if diflfereut from name of church, follows names 
of messengers.] 

ASHE.. 

Big Flats— P. H. Haire, Fleetwood. 

BEULAH. 
Clement — C. R. Venim, Bushy Fork. 

BLADEN. 
Bethel — C. R. Hester, Dexter Devane, Dublin. 
Center Road— E. N. Pait, Guyton. 

Hickory Grove — J. N. Singletary, L. P. Singletary, Richardson; 0. M. 
Jones, Guyton. 

Zion Hill — A. J. Freeman, Bladenboro. 

BRUNSWICK. 
Jennie's Branch — D. L. Hewett, Shallotte. 
Lebanon — J. C. Mizell, Funston. 
Long Branch — H. F. Brinson, Regan. 

Mill Creek — G. T. Hickman, Winnabow; A. G. Mintz, Bolivia. 
Southport— J. 0. Fulbright, D. I. Watson. 

BUNCOJMBE. 

Asheville, First — William Lunsford. 

CALDWELL. 
Lenoir — Robert P. Walker, H. C. Marley. 

CAPE FEAR-COLUIilBUS. 
Bogue Chapel — J. B. Wyche, Hallsboro. 
Lennon's Cross Roads — A. H. Porter, Whiteville. 
Livingston Chapel — Geo. W. Applewhite, New Berlin. 
Prong— ^^■. S. Ballard, Clarkton. 
Whiteville — J. I. Williamson, E. S. Lewis. 

CATAWBA RIVER. 

Morganton — .J. D. Larkins, E. McK. Goodwin. 

CEDAR CREEK. 

Cape Fear — R. L. Byrd, Tolarsville. 
Cedar Creek— H. B. Downing. 
Hope Mills— J. M. Gibbs, Cotton. 
Rozier — M. J. Barker, St. Paul's. 
Tabernacle — P. A. Canaday, Rockfish. 



LIST OF MESSENGERS. 71 

CENTRAL. 

Franklinton — T. B. Justice. 

New Hcpe— I\I. W. Buffaloe, Raleigh. 

Raleigh, First — W. C. Tyiee, Livingston Johnson, J. W. Bailey, Carey 
J. Hunter, C. W. Blanchard, Hight C. Moore, J. W. Denmark, M. L. Ship- 
man, S. W. Brewer, John E. Ray (life member), Jacob S. Allen (life 
member). 

Rolesville — M. Z. Pearce, Youngsville; G. H. Broughton, Wake For- 
est, 2. 

Wakefield, Central — A. A. Pippin. 

Wake Forest— J. W. Lynch, W. L. Poteat, J. B. Carlyle, W. R. Cul- 
lom, E. W. Timberlake, E. B. Earnshaw, A. A. Crater. 

Youngsville — John Winston. 

CHCWAN. 
Columbia — Chas. Bateman. 
Ebenezer — J. B. Ferebee, Elizabeth City. 
Edenton — H. H. Mashburn.. Jas. W. Rose. 
Elizabeth City, Blackwell Memorial— I. N. Loftin. 

Elizabeth City, First— J. F. Vines, W. N. Gregory, J. H. LeRoy, W. M. 
Price, E. F. Pritchard. 

Shiloh— S. F. Bristow, Elizabeth City. 

EASTERN. 

Beulah Chapel— E. Lee Fox, Clinton. 

Center — F. P. Herring, Garland. 

Clinton— J. M. Page. 

Delway — J. M. Alderman, C. M. Beach, W. J. Fryar. 

Johnson's — D. S. Kennedy, Warsaw. 

Lisbon — D. L. Herring, Garland. 

Mount Olive— C. M. Rock, J. D. Roberts. 

FLAT RIVER. 
Antioch — J. K. Faulkner, Buffalo Junction, Va. 
Oxford — A. B. Dunaway, F. P. Hobgood. 
Roxboro — George T. Watkins. 

HAYWOOD. 

Locust Field — T. L. Brown, Canton. 
V/aynesville — R. A. Sentelle. 

JOHNSTON. 
Benson — D] F. Putnam. 
Clayton— T. H. Thornton. 
Mt. Moriah— J. F. Pool, Clayton, 3. 
Selma— 0. R. Mangum, R. W. Horrell. 
Smithfield— D. P. Bridges. 



72 N, C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

laNGS MOUNTAIN. 

Bessemer City— H. S. Clarke, Gaston Littlejohn. 
Boiling Springs— J. V. Devenny, Shelby, 3. 
Double Springs— D. G. Washburn, Shelby. 
Elizabeth— A. P. Sprake, Shelby. 
Kings Mountain— J. J. Beach, J. C. Bumgartner. 
Pcplar Springs— R. N. Hawkins, Shelby, 2. 
Shelby— M. E. Parrish, G. G. O'Neill. 
Zion— A. C. Irvin, J. M. Wilson, Shelby. 

LIBERTY. 

Abbott's Creek— N. R. Teague, R. A. Bodenheimer, W. P. Davis, Ker- 
nersville. 

Denton— W. B. Thompson, Wallburg. 

Lexington— Henry Sheets, S. D. Swaim. 

Orphanage— M. L. Kesler, J. D. Ne'.vton. 

Reed's Cross Roads — B. 0. Myers, Lexington. 

Thomasville— G. P. Harrill, Archibald Johnson, Robert S. Green, Jr. 

Wallburg— C. M. Wall, P. S. Vann. 

LITTLE RIVER. 
Buie's Creek — J. A. Campbell. 

Dunn— J. C. Clifford, R. W. Pope, John A. McKay. 
Holly Springs— B. Townsend, Broadway. 
Piney Grove— C. H. Norris, Holly Springs, 

MACON. 
Franklin— E. H. Franks. 
Pleasant Hill— W. L. Griggs, Franklin. 

MECKLENBURG-CABARRUS. 
Chadwick— J. D. ]\Ioose, Charlotte, 6. 
Charlotte, First— H. H. Hulten, R. H. Jordan. 
Charlotte, Ninth Avenue— L. R. Pruett, S. F. Conrad. 
Charlotte, Pritchard Memorial — Edward E. Bomar. 
Concord, First— S. N. Watson. 
Cornelius — W. A. Hough. 
Louise— J. C. Gillespie, Charlotte. 

MONTGOMERY. 
Troy— J. E. M. Davenport. 

MOUNT ZION. 
Bethel— J. F. MacDuffie, Chapel Hill, 3. 
Chapel Hill— J. W. Wildman, J. C. Hocutt. 

Durham, First— C. J. Thompson, C. L. Haywood, R. H. Riggsbee, L. G, 
Cole, W. H. Rogers. 

Durham, Second — W. C. Barrett. 

Sandy Level— J. R. Pace, Oxford. 

West Durham— 0. W. Triplett, Clarence Poe. 



LIST OF MESSENGERS. 73 

NEUSE-ATLANTIC. 

Beaufort — Chas. C. Smith. 

Davis Shore— W. L. Britt, Davis. 

Fort Barnwell — J. B. Newton. 

Fremont — N. H. Shepherd. 

Kinston— Henry W. Battle, B. W. Spilman, H. F. Stallings. 

Morehead City — R. D. Cross. 

New Bern, First — W. A. Ayers, A. D. Ward. 

New Bern, Tabernacle — J. W. Ham. 

Seven Springs— W. P. Campbell, H. M. Tally. 

PEE DEE. 

Mount Beulah — A. B. Caudle, Wadesboro. 
Pleasant Grove — P. H. Seago, Lilesville. 
Rockingham — Josiah Crudup, H. C. Dockery. 
Saron— J. W. Cobb, Rockingham. 
Wadesboro — ^T. W. Chambliss. 

PIEDMONT. 

Greensboro, Ashboro St. — A. C. Hamby. 
Greensboro, First — Lee H. Battle. 
Reidsville — William Hedley. 

PIXOT MOUNTAIN. 
Leaksville — G. C. Duncan, J. A. Beam. 
Shiloh— S. W. Hall, Pinnacle. 
Winston-Salem, First— W. T. Carter. 

RALEIGH. 
Cary— J. C. Walker. 
Morrisville — A. D. Hunter, Gary. 

Tabernacle (Raleigh)— J. C. Massee, N. B. Broughton, W. C. Richard- 
son, L. D. Watson, Jr., J. T. Edmundson, A. M. Moore, J. M. Norwood. 

ROBESON. 

Berea — E. L. Odum, Pembroke. 

Big Branch— I. P. Hedgepeth, J. J. Scott, J. R. Lawson, M. Shepherd, 
E. C. Nye, Orrum. 

Bloomingdale — N. S. Barnes, Orrum. 

Centerville — E. A. Paul, Orrum. 

Clybornville— E. N. Prevatt, Lumberton. 

East Lumberton — J. M. Fleming, Lumberton. 

Fair Bluff— S. B. Wilson, B. F. Powell. 

Fairmont — J. B. Jackson. 

Lumber Bridge— E. J. Harrell, S. J. Cobb, J. W. Cobb, D. B. Lan- 
caster. 

Lumberton— C. H. Durham, R. E. Sentelle, H. B. Humphrey. 

Maxton^A. L. Ivey. 

Mt. Elam— J. T. Stone, Sr., Lumberton, 4. 



74 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

Raft Swamp— L. E. Tyner, Buie. 
Red Springs — S. L. Morgan, R. A. Moore. 

Saddle Tree — M. S. Humphrey, Richard Humphrey, Dennis W. Pur- 
nell, Lumberton. 

Spring Hill — R. A. Hedgpeth, Barnesville. 

SANDY CREEK. 

Bethlehem— W. H. H. Lawhon, Carthage. 

Carthage— C. L. Dowell. 

Pittsboro— H. T. Chapiu, A. W. Moore. 

Sanford — J. M. Haymore. 

Siler City— R. H. Herring. 

SANDY RUN. 

Forest Citj^— J. Q. Adams, Charlotte. 

SOUTH FORK. 
Dallas — J. L. Vipperman. 

Gastcnia, First— W. H. Reddish, H. B. Moore. 
Hickory, First — W. R. Bradshaw. 
Lincolntcn — S. W. Bennett. 

SOUTH RIVER. 
Clement — J. L. Autry, Autryville. 

Fayetteville, First— J. J. Hall, John A. Gates, 0. P. Meeks, W. H. 
Huniplirey. 

Hickory Grove — D. W. Tew, Clinton. 
Salemburg — S. A. Howard, R. M. Squires. 

SOUTH YADKIN. 
Cooleemee — .Junius J. Adams, E. L. Weston, L. N. Weston. 
Mocksville — J. P. Green. 
Salisbury — R. K. Neighbor. 
StatesviUe, First— C. A. Jenkens, V. M. Swaim. 

STANLY. 
Albemarle, First- B. W. N. Simms, C. F. Gaddy. 
Big Lick— F. i\I. Sasser. 

Locust Level — E. D. Teeter, Locust; S. A. Jenkins, Smith Ford. 
Palmerville — Jolin R. Miller. 

TAR RIVER. 

Concho — T. J. Crisp, Conetoe. 

Enfield— C. G. Lowe. 

Henderson, First — James R. Doan, Thomas M. Pittman, J. T. Alder- 
man, J. T. Elmore. 

Littleton — J. P. Bowers 

New Bethel — 1). H. Dickin, Henderson. 

North Rocky Mount — G. L. Merrell, Swan Quarter; F. C. Ferguson, 
Rocky Mount. 



LIST OF MESSENGEKS. 75 

Roanoke Rapids — J. K. Henderson. 

Rocky Mount, First — I. M. ISIercer, Braxton Craig, T. M. Arrington, 
E. W. Shearin. 

Scotland Neck — G. T. Lumpkin, Noah Biggs. 
Warrenton— T. J. Taylor. 
Weldon— H. A. Willis. 
Williamston — Geo. J. Dowell. 
Wilson — John T. Jenkins. 

TENNESSEE RIVER. 
Cold Spring — J. S. Smiley, Bryson City. 

UNION. 
Hopewell — A. C. Davis, Olive Branch. 
Marshville— J. L. Shinn, H. B. Marsh. 
Monroe, First— Chas. A. G. Thomas, R. F. Beasley. 

WEST CHOWAN. 
Aulander — A. W. Early, W. S. Dunning. 
Chowan — M. A. Adams, Ahoskie; W. P. Taylor, Winton. 
Hebron— J. P. Griffin, Woodland. 
Lewiston — R. L. Gay, Aulander. 
Severn. — P. M. Fleetwood. 
Winton— W. H. Davis. 
Woodland— E. B. Watts. 

WILISONGTON. 
Barlow's Chapel— James Andrews, Sloop Point. 

Bethlehem — W. C. Keith, Raymond Y. Corbett, A. L. P'ridgen, Currie. 
Burgaw— Chas. H. Utley, C. E. McCullen. 
Canetuck Chapel— R. D. Pridgen, D. J. Corbett, Sr., Currie. 
Catharine Lake — J. W. Smith, John Marshburn. 
French's Creek — E. H. Andrews, Kelly. 
Ryle's Creek— G. W. Walker, Rocky Point. 
Salt Marsh— J. H. Squires, Nat Moore. 
Teachey— W. B. Rivenbark. 

Wilmington, Brooklyn- C. F. Whitlock, E. S. Hancock. 
Wilmington, First— Fred. D. Hale, G. E. Leftwich, J. A. Smith, A. S. 
Holden, H. L. Deans, F. M. Hopkins, Samuel G. Hall. 
Wilmington, Southside — G. A. Martin, J. H. Holland. 

YADKIN. 
Yadkinville — J. H. Spaulding. 



SUMMARY. 

Associations represented 40 

Churches represented 187 

Number of messengers enrolled » 304 



PASTORS' CONFERENCE. 



On Tuesday evening, December 3, at 7 :30, the Conference 
convened at the First Baptist Church, in Wihnington. 

The devotional exercise was conducted by R. E. Neighbor. 

W. C, Tyree, appointed last Convention, opened the meet- 
ing. 

C. A. Jenkens was elected President, and J. S. Farmer, 
Secretary. 

The first subject: "The Pastor's Temptations," was dis- 
cussed by J. W. Wildman. 

(2) "The Pastor in the Homes of His People," by H. A. 
Willis. 

(3) "The Pastor in His Study," by T. W. Chambliss. 

(4) "The Pastor's Experience, in Conversion, Call to the 
Ministry, Prayer, and Soul-winning," by J. C. Massee, G. T. 
Lumpkin, R. E. Neighbor, J. J. Hall, W. C. Barrett, W. C. 
Tyree and Wm. Lunsford. 

Benediction by T. H. Thornton. 

Wednesday Mokning. 

Devotional services were conducted by G. T. Watkins. 

"The Lack of Church Discipline — Causes and Conse- 
quences," was discussed by R. E. Neighbor ; "Exegesis, Acts 
2:33," by T. J. Taylor; "Symmetrical Benevolence," by J. 
W. Lynch ; and "Soul-winning — the real work of the Church," 
was discussed by Wm. Lunsford. 

Dr. R. G. Seymour, of Philadelphia, and Dr. C. S. 
Blackwell, of Norfolk, were recognized and invited to seats. 

Wednesday Afternoon. 

The devotional service was led by S. L. Morgan. 

"The Spirit of Brotherhood among Pastors," was dis- 
cussed by A. B. Dunaway; "The Independence and Inter- 
dependence of Baptist Churches," by IT. W. Battle; "Loy- 



PASTOKS CONFERENCE. 77 

altj to Denominational Institutions and Agencies," by E. E. 
Bomar ; and ''The Need of More Ministers and Missionaries, 
and How to Meet It," bj I. M. Mercer. 

A motion, by I. :N'. Loftin, that during the month of 
January every pastor in the State preach and pray that 
God may send more workers into His vineyard, was adopted. 

The following resolution was adopted: 

Resolved, That we ask our women to join us in prayer during the 
month of January, that God may take from our homes more workers for 
His field, and that some day during the week of prayer be devoted to th'is 
object. 

The Conference then adjourned. 

C. A. JEN"KEKS, 
J. S. Earmer;, Secretary. President. 



APPENDIX. 



STATISTICS AND OTHER DATA 



Compiled by Hight C. Moore, 
statistical secretary op the convention. 



DIRECTORY OF THE SOUTHERN BAPTIST CONVENTION. 
Organized May 8, 1845. 



Officers for Session of 1907. — President, E. W. Stephens, Columbia, 
Mo.; Secretaries, Lansing Burrows, Nashville, Tenn., and O. F. Greg- 
ory, Staunton, Va. 

Foreign Mission Board, Richmond, Va. — President, J. B. Hutson; Cor- 
responding Secretary, R. J. Willingham. 

Home Mission Board, Atlanta, Ga. — President, W. W. Landrum; Cor- 
responding Secretary, B. D. Gray. 

Sunday School Board, Nashville, Tenn. — President, E. E. Folk; Cor- 
responding Secretary, J. M. Frost. 

Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Ky. — President, 
E. Y. Mullins; Treasurer Student's Aid Fund, B. Pressly Smith. 

Woman's Missionary Union (organized May 14, 1888), auxiliary to 
the Convention. Headquarters at Baltimore. Miss Edith Crane, Cor- 
responding Secretary. 

The next meeting of the Convention will be held in Hot Springs, Ark., 
beginning May 14, 1908. 



80 



N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



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•S5 



ASSOCIATION AL STATISTICS. 



Names of churches having preaching every Sunday are printed in Capitals ; those having preaching 
two Sundays each month are printed iu italics. Churches organized within the p'ast year are marked with 
a H. For the first time it is undertaken to give the Sunday School enrollment in each church, but the 
figures are incomplete. The total contributions of the entire church (including Sunday School, Woman's 
Missionary Societj-, Sunbeams, etc ) are meant to be included for the various objects indicated. For the 
figures herewith submitted the Statistical Seci-etary is chiefly and gratefully indebted to the Clerks of the 
respective Associati<..ns. 



ALEXANDER. 



Churches 


Pastors 


s 


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as 


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61) 

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a 

3 
83 


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Antioch 

Bethel 


J. M. Shaver 

L. P. Gwaltney 

J. M. Shaver 

C.M.Irving 

J. P. Gwaltney 

G Z. Bumgarner — 
G. Z. Bumgarner — 

L. P. Gwaltney 

J. I^. Gwaltney 

G. Z. Bumgarner ... 
W.J. Bumgarner.- 
VV^. J. Bumgarner— 

J. P Gwaltney, 

T.E. Redmon 

T. E. Redmon 

D.W.Pool 


21 303 
15 252 
9 165 

3 133 

7, 219 

4 94 
4 129 

20 68 
....i 133 
1 109 

14 219 


107 810.00 

124 , . J 


826.50 

17.36 

--. 3.00 

. . 2.05 


815.00 


] 

1": 


S50. 50 
17.36 




51 
39 
79 






3 00 








2.00 


:::":i-ii~: 


4.05 
21 72 


Damascus 




1 


17.72 
_. 3.21 
- as. 70 
8.55 
10.00 
10.00 
7.35 


4.00 
.90 






. 











4 11 


Lebanon 


47 
110 










SS'IO 


Liledowii 






5. 00 ....I] 
1. 05 


j 


43 55 


Linuey's Grove 

Little River. 








11 05 


25 

85 




VM, 


10 00 


Macedonia 






8.42 






10.77 


Mt. Olive 


9 
11 
2 

"12 


149; 94 
13:^1 45 

4li 90 
134i 56 
169 i 55 
113| 50 

69! 24 
200 38 
138 






— 8:66' 
6.45 










8 66 


Pilgrim 


TT;"" 












6 45 


Pleasant Grove 

Poplar Spring 

Sulphur Spring 

Taylor Spring 

Taylorsville „ . . 




, 










6.21 
55 00 


^---X- 


:::::: 


- ^2.82 

- . 5.00 

- ,13.00 

- ' 17. 40 

, 6.45 

- "5.00 

- ' 2.00 

-""s.'oe 

19.73 


'"'Bas 








J.W.Bryant 








5 00 


L. P. Gwaltney 

J. P. Gwaltney 

W. J . Bumgarner.. 

L. R. Norkit 

J. N. Binfeley 

J.N.Binkley 


4 

""6 

"lO 
14 


7^00 


10.00 








30.00 


Thrte Forks 






5.00 








22 40 


Pleasant Hill 








6.45 


Bland Street _ 


15 
47 












5 00 


Island Ford 




, 2.50 










4 50 


Mt.NeboH 

Berea 


58 46 




-J 


3.11 




1 


3.11 






8.06 


Collection at As 


sociation 


.... 














19.73 


Total — . 


167 


30801165 


9,50 10.00 


269.22 


71.66 






360 38 





















ALLEGHANY-GKAYSON— 1906. 



Brush Creek. . ._ 






109 

18 




1 




1 








Chestnut Grove 


D.J.Roberts 


3 




1.00 














1 00 


Galena. 


30 
45 
55 




















Laurel Spring 


J. F. Fletcher 

J. i<\ Fletcher 


""2 


57 
34 


25.00 
5.00 


5.00 
3.20 


5.45 
3.00 


6.36 








41 81 


9.88 








21.08 


Long View.. 


3.54 










New Hope 

New River 


J.F.Fletcher 


5 


54 
14 
44 
60 
30 


28 


4.00 




5.00 








12.54 










Pine Fork 


Andrew Blevins .. 





28 


















Pleasant Grove 


















Sparta 


J. F. Fletcher 


2 


43 


10.00 




3.00 










13 00 


1 








Total 


12 


459 


190 


45.00 


8.20 


16.45 


19.78 








89.43 















S2 



N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



ASHE. 



Cliurches 


Pastors 


00 

a 

a 


a 
£ 

o 

s » 

■as 


oS 
11 

32 


1 


a: 

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MS 

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Orphanage 

Ministerial 
Education 


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c 5 

Ox 

Is 

d 

3 

02 


3 

^ 


Apple Grove 


A.J.Hart 




80 
64 
55 
90 


1 




1 




Baptist Home 


W.H.Michael 

; Asa Brown 

1 Asa Brown 

P.H.Haire 

W.H.Michael 

P. H. Haire 

P.H Haire 

W. H. Michael 


6 
6 
2 
1 
5 
7 
19 


"36 
6? 


818.00 
7.20 
10.45 






S.5. 00 

5.50 




SO. 80 
1.60 
1.70 
2.00 

1.20 
3.00 


§23.80 
15 80 


Beaver Creek 


"gT'm 


81.50 
LOO 

3."4i 


Bethel 


2 50 




16 65 


Big Fiats 


35 43 

70 

52 70 
75 45 


6.21 


2. 00 




10 21 


Big Lnurel 


5.00 
""7."78 


:::::: 


3.00 




8.00 


Bristol 


1.50 

1. 75 


SL55 


4.25 
16.94 


Buffalo 


Brushy Fork 






Clifton 


J.T. (ilenn 




40 

96 * 

50 

88 67 

92 

36 31 

113 

10 * 


i.55 








1.55 


Corinth 


' G.J.Henderson... 

E. Tucker 

i P.H.Haire 

! J.M.Arnold 

1 None regular 

1 G.J.Henderson... 

; E. Tucker 

1 K.L.Hhoaf 

1 J.C. Blevins 


"l2 
2 
3 

""2 
3 










Forest Home 


12. 70 
4.00 
6.00 

18.00 
5.00 


2.55 


5.24 


3.84 




24.33 


Friendship. 


2.34 




L32 


7 66 


Healing Springs 






i. 70 




10.70 


Jefferson 






.85 




3.00 


21 85 


Landmark 






5.00 


Liberty Hillll 











Long Branch 


26 
26 
75 
20 
99 
56 





.30 


1.20 


.65 


1. 40 


1.75 




3.30 


Mission Home 


; J.T.Glenn 

; W.H.Glenn 

j G. J. Hendei-son.-_ 

1 W. F. Caroltou 

! Wm. M.Lee 

i W.H.Michael 

I J M.Arnold 

! G.J.Henderson... 
J. F. Stanley . 


8 
7 
1 

13 
8 

4 


88 


7.98 






. 


2.20 


10.18 


Mountain View 






1 t 




New River 










1 ! 






Obids 


7S 


11.95 
6.00 






2. 10! > 


5.16 
2.62 


19.21 


Old Fields 

Peak Valley 


85 156 
39 57 
39, 10 






4.60 


1.00 


14.22 


Pleasant Hill- 








' i 


.38 


.38 




77 

1 










1 




Windfall 




3.00 






2.00 




5.00 


Zion Uill 


T.J.Day.... 


.... 






1 














_ , ^ . 




Total 


109 


1627 


773 


131. 12 


4.75 


11.80 


43. 08 


4.30 


24.98 


220.03 









BEULAH. 


. 










Beulah 


D.W.Thomason.. 




48 


18 


10.00 2.00 


2.00 




LOO 


1. 00 


16.00 


Blanche 


L. M. Holloway 




34 


74 


10.00! 5.0c 


6.00 


2.38; 


4.00 


2. 50 


29.88 


Clement 


D.W.Thomason — 





m 


41 


40.001 10. OC 


15.00 


15.00 


8.00 


5.00 2.00 


95.00 


Ephcsus 


D.W.Thomason.. 




207 


7(1 


80. 00: .35. OC 


65.00 


34. .50 


25.00 


12.00 3.02 


254.52 


Kerr's Chapel 

Lamberth Mem. ... 


O.A.Keller 


ft 


97 


2tl 


22.00j 5.00 


5.00 




3.00 


4.00 


39.00 


D. W. Thomason .. 


3 


32 


32 


10.00 6.00 


8.75 


5.00 


2.0O 


2.50 1.00 


35.75 


Lea Bethel 


D. W. Thomason .. 




21 


34 


7.25 3.00 


7.00 


5.00 


2.00 


2.50 1.00 


27.75 


Milton... 


L. M. Holloway 




22 


1ft 


10.00 3.00 


4.50 




l.oO 


1.50 


20.50 


Providence 


O.A.Keller 


i 


lOH 


75 


15.78' 6.43 


3.70 


2.00, 


2.50 


2.00 


32.41 


Shiloh 


L.M. Holloway--.. 


1 


62 


41 


25.00 12.00 


10.00 


■ 


5.00 


6.00 


58.00 


Thompson ville 


O.A.Keller -- 


8 


17 


ftfl 


2.50 











2.50 


Trinity 


O.A.Keller. ._ . 




40 


?4 


12.00 





-1 


2. 15 


1 


14.15 


Yanceyville 


O.A.Keller 




100 


46 


15.00 13.51 


15.73 


9.39 


7.00 


5.00 


65.63 








10 


20 


.1 




1 


















1 






Total 


18 


878 


569 


259.53100.94 


142.68 


73.271 


63.65 


44.O0I 7.02 

1 


691. 09 









BLADEN. 



Abbot tsburg 

Brown's Creek .. 

Bethel 

Brier Branch 

Beard's Chapel.. 

Centre Road 

Cypress Creek 

Eiizabethtown.. 

Galeed 

Garland 

Hickory Grove.. 

Love's Grove 

Mount Pleasant. 



R.L. Byrd 

R. M.Hilburn 

R.L. Byrd 

A. D.Carter 

R. M.Hilburn 

W.M.Brisson 

D.L.Johnson 

0. P. Meeks 

1. P. Hedgpeth.... 

P.T. Britt 

R.L. Byrd 

P.T. Britt 

M.L. Mints 



66 



2.36 



67 

in 

o4 

78 
63 



4.001 

31.661 

4.00: 

2.00 

6.43 

3.10 

72.00 

l.W 

30.00 

6.00 

.85 



3.00 



1.00 
4.00 



12.33 



3.00 



1.02 
66.32' 



10.20, 

1.00, 

.60! 



2.501 

1.65 

3.75 

107.65; 

9.23i 

30.62 

5.00 

.60, 



1.50 
L23 
1.00 
1.60 
1.55 
1.45 

36.001 
1.00 

14.52 

8.00 

.18: 



2.00, 2.50 



I 1.00 

.72 2.00, 



30.52, 15.00. 



2.49 
2.00 



5.00. 
1.50,. 
.05:. 



32.56 



15. 
32. 

7. 
12. 

9. 

9. 

327. 

11. 

92. 

2.S. 



ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS. 



83 







BLADEN- 


Contin 


ned. 














Churches 


Pastors 


1 
■O. 


sa 
1^ 


a — 
m 


a 
o 

to 


to 

a 
o 

"m 
O 

W 


a 
o 
'3 

as 
2 


a 

S3 
A 

o 


a 
^ o 


'3 
< 


O te 

d 

3 
03 


1 


Paradiise _ ___ 
























Peter's Creek 


D. L. Johnson 


7 


67 


56 


$1.00 SI. 00 


»2.00 


10.64 








84. 64 


Providence 










Shady Grove 


D. L. Johnson 

P. T. Britt 


6 


114 


53 


19.58 


t: ::::■!":: 








19 58 


Sugtc's urove 


63 

101 

13 




13.00 
8.16 
2.00 










13.00 


Banily Grove 

St. Joseph 

Thumb Swamp 


A.J. Freeman 

O.P. Meeks 


3 
3 


48 


18.60 10.00 
1.94 .56 


12.44 




10.00 




59. 30 
4 50 














White Lake 

While Oak 

Zion Hill 


J.H. Dnhson 

W.S.Ballard 

R. L. Byrd- 


5 

22 
11 

152 


116 47 

215: * 

81 30 
196l! 871 


10.00 6.00 
28.00 15.25 
12.25 10.00 


5.00 
23.90 

7.74 


8.00 
20-00 
3.36 


3.00 
7.50 

1.78 


6.00 
7.50 
2.50 




38.00 
102.25 
37 83 








Total 


242. 16151 99 


239. 23 


121.53 


50.01 


53.05 




857 97 








1 













BRIER CREEK- 


L906. 














Antioch-- 


N.T.Jarvis 

N.T..Iarvis 

J. P. Gwaltney 

J. M.Curreut 

N.T.Jarvis 

M.Walker ... 

G. M. Bu<'hanan __ 

S.S.Goforth 

J. G. Wealherman 
J. G. Weatherman 

J.N. Binkley 

J.N.BinkUy 

J. G. Weatherman 
J. G. Wealhirrman 
M. Walker 


8 
2 
3 
14 
6 
7 

'"3 
3 

"""§ 
8 

2 


107! 58 






1.50 
7.00 
5.58 










1.50 


Brier Creek 


38 : 44 
99 - - 














7.00 


Bethany 

Bethel 














5.58 


74_ - 
















Cranberry 

Dennyville 

Fall Creek 


88 108 
61' 






2.75 










2.75 






2.00 








2.00 


177 . . 
















Fishing Creek 


130 108 

168 - 






5.00 










5.00 


Grassy Knob 
















Hebron . 


77'. 


















Holly Spring 


83 65 
180 100 

89..., 






4.50 
3.30 


1.00 










5.50 











. 


3.30 


Lewis -. _ . 








Mt Pisgah 

Ml. Sinai. 


9l! 81 
59:. 


































Mt. Vernon 


D W. Pool 




83; 63 
Si:.. 






10.50 
2.00 

10.15 
1.75 
6.00 
1.50 
6.37 
2.29 
1.40 

16.00 
3.40 
6.55 

11.20 


5.o5 

2.00 








15.50 




T. E. Redraon 

W. A. Myers 

N.T.Jarvis 


"is 












4.00 


New Prospect 

Oak Forest . . 


165 69 
23 












10.15 














1.75 


Pleasant Grove- 


N. T.Jurvis 

A. H.Oordin 

T. A. Caudle 

W.T. Comer 

T. E. Redmon 

D. W. Pool 


5 

7 
7 
7 
4 
7 


124 112 

78, 60 
67!. 














6.00 


Rocky Hill 






1.50 
.25 








3 00 


Rock Spring 

Swan Creek 












6.62 


261: 127 
115 89 
225 116 
86 83 
168 137 
186, 77 

3236 1594 












2.29 


Sweet Honie. 






1.35 








2.75 








16.00 


Shiloh 


E. N. Gwyn 














3.40 


Union 


W.T. Comer 

W. A, Myers 


6 
1 

19S 


20.65 








27. 20 


Zion . 












11.20 


















Total 


1 


108.84 


33.75 








142. 59 








1 


• 











Enrollment of 267 pupils in three branch Sunday Schools included in total above. 
BRUNSWICK-190e. 









74 
36 
46 
72 
69 
45 
45 
82 
94 
46 
60 
116 
112 
132 
86 


32 


1.23 


1 93 


1.23 
2.63 










3.69 


Bethel 


J.W.Watson . 




5.13| 3.25 










11.01 


Beulah 


J. H.Stanley 

E. L. Swain 

D. L. Hewett 

C.P.Bullock 

A. W. Clemmons.- 

D. L. Hewett 

J.C. Mizell. 


I 

7 
13 

2 
15 

4 

"12 












Camp Branch 

Chapel Hill . . 


28 
34 
69 
41 
69 
84 
40 
61 
118 
38 

"44 


2.58 i.OO 


.60 


1.50 
4.20 
1.00 
1.00 
1.25 
10.00 
2 00 
5.00 
4.00 
3.00 
1.23 


.50 


.56 




6.64 
4.20 


Cool Run 

Elah 

Jennie's Branch 

Lebanon . 


1.00 Loo 

8.50, 3.28 
2.00 .60 
15.00 10.00 

4. 22' 2. 00 


i.OO 
1.00 
2.00 
10.00 
2.00 
2.00 
2.00 
4.00 
1.02 


1.00 


1.00 
1.00 
.50 
15.00 
1.26 
1.75 


" .25 


6.00 
14.78 

6.60 
60.00 


Little Zoar .„ . 


G.T. Hickman — - 
S.J. Ch ins 


11.48 


Long Branch 


2.79 

4.20 

5.01 

.80 


.50 
1.00 
3.00 

.80 


12.04 


Mill Creek 


D. L. Hewett 


11.20 


Mt. Pisgah 

New Britain. 


C. Milliken 


7 


""732 


2.60 
1.52 




17.01 
5,69 


New Life 










84 



N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



BRUNSWICK— CoDlinuf^d. 









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Oak Grove „ 


A. W. Clemmons— 


6 


46 


50 


81.00 SI. 00 


81.25 


SI. 15 50.86 


Jl.OO 




36.26 


Poly Brifige . 


G.W. Sellers 


10 


119 93 


2.00- 


1.00 




1.00 


n m 


6.00 


Prospect 

Seven Creeks 


J. A. Mlutz . 




52 28 
102 108 

76 92 
110 55 


1.29 1.83 


1.76 


2.551 


1.35 

1 




8.58 








Sballotte ... . 


.1. Sellers . 




1.00 1.00 
l.CO 1.00 


2.00 
1.00 


1.00 

1.00 


1.00 
1.00 




6.00 


Soldier Bay 


E.L.Swain 


8 


5.00 


SOUTHPOET 


J. \V. Watson 





95 78 


15.00 5.00 


10.00 


s.oo 


2.50, 


5.00 


45.50 


Towu Creek 


A. W. Clemraons.. 


.... 


27 25 


5.50 2.10 
79 35 39. 69 




1.50 


1.15 




10.25 


Total 


90 1722 1162 


46.49 


49.48 2.68 


33.59 


7.25 


258. 43 























BRUSHY MOUNTAIN. 



Beaver Creek 




2 
3 
9 
3 
6 


55 

67 
105 










1 












10.00 
7.80 
4.00 

"Too 

5.00 
2.00 
2.22 
1.00 
3.67 
84.16 
1.00 



2.00 


8.00. 
10.00 

5.27. 

2.00. 

2.00 

6.00. 

2 50. 

5 00. 

1.00. 

8.00 
96.91 . 

2 00- 

2.00- 

6.00. 






18.00 






70 


5.00 
5 00 

""Too 

2.50 
2.00 
2.00 
1.00 
3.00 
83.65 
1.00 

""3."00 


5.00 
5 00 
6.00 

"iroo 

1.00 
1.00 
2.00 
50.42 
1.00 

"I'OO 


2.00 


1.00 
l.UO 

1 


2.00 


32. 80 






45 30 
15:J 58 
53 38 
48 .50 


20.27 








8.00 


Lift e Rock 








4.00 






2 

1 

35 




1.50 
1.00 
1.15 

1.00 
2.00 

1 


.50 

'5.'o6 
Too 


P. 50 






41 

256 
30 
IKS 


65 
85 
92 
121 
359 
78 
70 
140 
40 
60 
44 

60 
oo 
41 
40 


8.50 


Ml. Pleasant Branch 
Mi.Ziun . 




:::;; 


11.37 
5.00 


New Hope Branch . 




9 


13. 67 




53 201 
3 78 

43 107 
6 118 
8 57 


320.24 


Pilurim 






1.00. 

1 

"Too 

1 


6.00 


Pleasant '-rove 




2.00 
14.00 










Stony Hill 






25 


1.00 

5 00 

65.00 

12.00 

10.00 


1.00 
2 00 
15.00 
2.00 


1.55 

5.00 

87.00 

10.00 


1.00. 
8.00. 
115.00 
12.00 
5. 59 . 
1.00. 




1 
1 


4 50 
20.00 






9 


84 


5.00 
l.(X) 


5.00 
3.00, 


3.00 
1.00 


295.00 


Zion Hill 




122 

2 33 
14 5S 


41.00 
15.59 


Yadkiu Valley H.... 








1.00 






227.35 








Total 


208 2196 1839 


202. 15 


92.42 


293.27 


8.00 


18.65 

1 


12.50 


855.44 



BUNCOMBE. 



Antioch 

AsiiKViLLE, First. 
West En D- 

Beavcr Dam 

Bent Creek 

Berea 

Bethel 

Big Ivy 

Biltinore 

Black Mountain 

Brown's Chapel 

Cane Creek 

Elk Mountiiin*! 

Flat Creek 

Gash's Creek 

Ho<niny 

.Jupiter 

Liberty 

Ma<'edonia 

Morjran Hill 

Mt.Carmel 

Mountain View ... 

New Salem 

Palestine 

Pleasant Grove 

Pleasant Hill. 
Reem's Creek TJ 



W.T.Bradley ' 

! Win.Lunsford ( 

A. H Sims I 

A. I. Justice I 

W.H.Hooker ' 

A. 1. Justice ! 

J. H.McCurry ! 

C.D.Cole 

E.Allison I 

Jas. Blankenship . 

A.J. Bradley 

A. I. Justice 

M.S. Profit 

W.T. Bradley 

E.Allison 

M. R.N.Caldwell.. 

T.C. King 

: S.C.Oweu 

I A.J. Bradley 

I W.T.Bradley 

; A.J. Bradley 

j E. Allison 

1 F. M. Prcssley 

I F. M.Pressley 

i J. D. Col ley . 

W L. Kuydendall 
I A.J.Bradley 



7 162 89 

81 961 727 

'■ 233 395 

...I 37 74' 

42 65 

I 73 37i 

2 74 63 

II 179 12.S 

9 106 124 

5 94 48 



16.94 
500.00 
50. 00 
15. 00 
2.00 
16.00 

"'8.'66 
25.00 



10.55; 10.00 

500.00 1460.20 

50.00 50.00 



15.00 



5.00 
7.50 
8.66 
14.00 
4.00 



27 225 233 

.. i 32 -..- 

7 112 56 

3 38 65 
19 V15 82 

5 51 i 72 

1 77: 40 

4 96 91 
I 138| 75 

9 88, 85 

i 74' 77 

; .58 44 

1; 26 31 
14 5.5 58 
— : 93 66 
22 .... 



45.53 22.45 



5.00 5 00 



5.00 5.00 



2.00 
5.00 
15 00 
5.00 
2.50 



2.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
4.50 



30.00: 

2.00 
20.00 



8.68; 

32. 10 

5.00 



28.60' 

6:^1.22100.00 

75.03 

15. 00 ... 

2.00... 

9.00! 

11.15... 
10.00... 
2;^. 65 ... 

2. 37 ... 



2.50 68.59 
2.5.00 3219.42 

22.5.03 

77.00 
7.00 
51.00 
18. &5 
36.00 
99.75 
11.37 



43.50 10.00: 7.07. 



5.00 



34.08 



2.00 
5.00 
5.00 
.5.00 
2.00! 



6.00.. 

.5.00 .- 
13. 75 .. 

2.00;.. 

7. 40 - 
19.70.. 
20.00.. 
29.61 .- 

1.00 -. 



3.00 5.00 



.3.00 



5.00 



2.00 
1.00, 
1.00, 



5.00 



2.60 131.05 



1.00 



1.00 
1.00 



21.00 
5.00 
58.83 
2.00 
14.40 
34.70 
46.00 
45.61 
10.00 



1 00 17.00 



ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS. 



85 





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Sprlug Mountain ._ 




14 


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88.00 


J. 0. Wall 




41 



















E Allison 


9 
11 


45 


38 
91 






85 50 
10.00 










5.50 






810. 05 $5.00 


10.00 








35.00 


White Rock 


S.C.Owen 


238 


82 


63 
















"1 ! " " 










Total 


3445 


3061 


' 731.63 678.66 

1 


1738.06 


948. 48 


107.07 




844. 00 


4247.90 



CALDWELL. 



Bethany 


L C.Miller 

J. P. Hagaman 

J. P. Hagaraan 


14 
3 
6 


111 

77 
41 
37 
173 
104 
71 
90 
69 
15 
38 
281 
209 
37 
218 
83 
78 
86 
72 
37 
115 
148 
58 
83 
38 
34 
45 
97 
27 
72 
127 

2669 


60 
40 
60 
40 
32 

1.32 
54 
82 
45 
54 
40 

180 

1.50 
59 

129 
46 
75 
74 
45 
35 
88 
73 
45 
37 
30 
30 
45 
40 
81 
53 
59 

1955 


1.81 






1.82 
1.87 
2.00 
1.75 
8.50 
4.71 
21.70 
17.00 
4.00 
l.,50 
3.30 
8.25 
25.00 
3.25 
4.48 
2.04 
3.10 








3.63 




8.62 
6.00 
1.75 
20.00 
5.67 
130. 15 








10.49 


Clarke's Chapel 

Conway's Coapel.— 

Dudley Sboals 

Flemraiug's Chapel 

Qlobe 

Granite Falls 












8.00 












3.50 


W.J. Buingaruer.. 

I. W. Thomas 

J. J. L. Sherwood.. 
J. J. L. .Sherwood.. 
E. D. Crisp 


4 

7 

""3 








28. .50 


17.64 


7.32 


1.17 


1.57 


.60 


38.78 
151.85 


17.43 


10 90 








45.33 


Green Valley 

Harlland 










4.00 


I. W.Tbomas 

J. M Harris 


-— 


2.85 


.77 


3.09 
2.00 

16.86 
5.00 
7.45 

23.64 
1.81 
1.87 
1.00 


1.00 


1.00 


1.05 


11.26 
'5.30 


King's Creek 


I.W.Thomas 

R P. Walker 

M.Spencer 

J. M. Shaver 

J. G Benfleld 

W.N.Cook 

I.e. Miller 

E.D.Crisp 

C. E. Beaver 

J.M.Harris 


6 
15 
20 
25 

"20 
14 
5 


5.73 
59.01 


2.50 
58.97 


13. 20 


4.00 


2.50 


53.19 
147. 98 










4.00 















28.12 










3.85 


Mt. Zion 


""'ro5 


4.08 
1.00 








9.05 


Piney Grove 








3.00 


:::::::: 












'"'is.'oo 


1.00 


"" 3^00 
23.64 


2.00 

2.48 
4.48 








3.00 










18.48 




J. M. Shaver 

L. C. King 


2 
6 
6 








28. 12 
















Wilson's Creek . 


J.R. Annas 








2.00 
2.50 








2.00 
















2.50 




J.H.Nelson 




.59 












.59 


Nelson's Chapel 

Rocky Springs 

Rhodhiss 


J.H.Nelson 

J. J. L.Sherwood.. 

W.J. Southern 

J. P. Hagaman 

J.R.Norris 


""2 
2 
12 

168 


















15.00 
3.05 










15.00 


3.05 




15.00 








21.10 




.5. 00 
4.00 








5.00 


Buffalo Cove 






, . — 








4.00 








' 




Total __.. .. 


122. 31 


86.54 


269. 35 


152.93 15 .37i fi.,57 4.20 


656. 17 






1 











CAPE FEAR-COLUMBUS, 1906. 



Benevolence 






14 _... 

155 

56 .... 

88 . 


4.21 
2.00 


12.05 
1.50 
1.30 
1.50 

24.32 
2.35 












Bogue Chapel 

Boardman 

China Gorve... 


A.H.Porter 

E.A.Paul 

W.R.Cains 


7 
2 
7 


16. 13 
2.00 
1.05 
1.50 

59.37 
3.09 


8.85' 2.79 
5.00: 2.00 
1.06 


2.29 
3.00 




46.32 
15.50 
4.01 


Clarkton. 


32 
101 . 

64 .... 
193. 

196;.... 

74L... 

98' 


7.60 
29.03 

5.82 
10.00 
41.85 
10.00 








10.60 


Chadbourn 


F. T. Wooten 


107.78, lL9i 
8.10 


9.29 




241.70 


Cheerful Hope 


A. J. Freeman 

C.Stanly . ... 


3 
12 
11 


19.36 


Cherrv Grove . 








10.00 


Cross Roads 

Corinth 


J.G. Blalock 

C. Stanly 


25. 56 
4.39 


200.00 
6.25 


13.25 12.15 
5.00 


7.25 
2.00 




299.50 
27.64 


Cedar Grove 








Goshen Chapel 

Griffin's X Koads.. 
Hinson's X Roads. 


W.R.Cains 

M. A. Stephens 

C.Stanly.. ... . 


13 
19 


113 .... 
158 .... 

65 

126 .... 
138 . 

99 .... 
129. - 


1..50 
18.59 
2. -50 
5.51 
1.00 
4.74 


2.2,5 
5.62 
5.85 
4.41 
1.00 

"2:05 
5.00 

rT52 


i 50 
7.43 
1.50 
4.41 
1.00 
1.89 
2.00 
5.00 
1.20 
8.96 


1.50 


8 75 
4.00 





15.50 

35.64 

9.85 


Livitigston 


W.S.Ballard 

J.W.Todd. ... 


7 

23 

.... 


10.76 

1 85 

5. 16 


5 29 
1.00 





30.38 


Mt. Sinai 


5.85 


Mt.Zion 


O. VV.Triplett 

M. Pridgen 

G.F.Stanly . 


11.79 


Macedonia . 


.50 






4.50 


Mt.Tabor 


187 ... 
133 


s.'oo 

7.13 


5.00 

1 


5.00 




20.0c 


New Hope .. ... 


G. W.Harrelson .. 
A.H.Porter 


2 


4.2( 


Pleasant Plains 


l| 142.... 


6.39 






28.0 



86 



N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



CAPE FEAR-COLUMBUS-Continued. 



Churches 


Pastors 


m 

a 

y 
p. 


5 
£ 

3 0; 


li 

.a — 
_• a 


^ \ State 

P 1 Missions 


S 

o 

1 

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Foreign 

Missions 


SI 

03. 
C 
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a 
a. 

O 


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C 

< 


a 

3 
02 


O 


Spring Branch 

Pleasant Hill. 


W.S.Ballard 


11 


1S9 
31 

146 
72 

112 

104 


10.00 


20.00 


5.08 


1.40 


1.70 




48.18 


Palmyra 

Piney Forest 

Porter Swamp 

Smyrna 


G.W. Stanly 

F. T. Wooten 

K. Barnes 


33 

22 




.50 
.64 


'1730 


3.'77 


2.13 
4.11 


'1^93 


2. 12 

2,20 


4.75 
18.95 




4.04 


2.50 
7.60 


6.93 
3.66 


4.05 






17.52 


Sweet Home 


D.L.Hewett 


3 


139 






15.45 


26 71 


Silent Grove 










Whiteville 

Williamson's X R. 


J.G.Blalock 

K.Barnes '. 


5 
2 
9 
5 
12 
2 


109 

77 - 

206 „- 

nil 


23.00 
1.46 
7.36 
2.49 


55. 05 
5.00 
8.73 
1.40 


42.00 

13.39 

6.51 

1.61 

3.09 


57.50 
5.00 


10.00 

mill 


2.66' 

.83, 

3.55' 

.851 


18.3.50 
25.68 


Western Prong 

White Marsh 


W.S.Ballard 

A. J. Freeman 

A.H.Porter 

O. P. Meeks 

C. Milliken 


26.15 
6.35 


Union Chapel .. 


41 
29 
26 







— 






3.09 


Wooten's Chapel— 
Zion Chapel 




5.75 










1.00 








1.00 








1 










Total 


212 


3768'l.^fi6 


207.72187.39 

1 


424.34 


253.07 


45.08 76.77 




1194. 47 

















CAROLINA. 



Beulah ._" 


J.J.Gray 




243 

66 

77 

66 

101 

31 

166 

119 

329 

80 

83 

115 

170 

131 

41 

107 

195 

349 

133 

31 

58 

145 

2784 


140 

78 
41 
77 

104 
50 

200 
40 

200 
40 


2.50 
2.56 


"2I56 


5.00 
3.94 


15.20 
10.05 








22.70 


Bear Wallow 


J. O. Wall 


I 








19.11 




R. Hudgins 










Bat Cave 




2.00 


10.00 


5.00 








17.00 


Ebenezer 


Geo. Wharton 

C.D.Cole 

Geo. Wharton 

(leo. Wharton 

M. L. Lawson 

R. P. Corn 


"1 
27 
20 

""2 

"27 
8 




























Fruitland 


10.00 




12.85 


4.00 








26.85 


Hooper's Creek 

Henderson VI LLE 










49. 26 300. on 


140. 41 
2.00 
1.35 
5.00 
2.00 
5.00 
2. 92 
5.00 
2.00 
5.00 
3.00 
2. .50 
8 00 


26.00 

""2."66 
25 15 
12.57 








515. 67 


Locust Grove 


1.00 


"2.'o6 

'T56 
5.00 
2.21 








3.00 


Mt. Home 


J. L. McCarson 

J. L. Brooksuire — 
C. D. Cole 


5.35 


ML Moriah 


100 
92 
53 
96 
100 
107 
(iO 
20 
33 
60 
63 

1754 


6.00 
2.41 
5.14 









36. 15 
19.48 


Mt. Gilead 


H. R. Freeman 

R Hudgins 


7.65 
1.00 
10.00 
2.00 
5.00 
3.62 
2.50 








22.79 


Middle Fork 








6.13 




W. A.Morris 

C. D Cole 


8 
9 
8 








15.00 


Pleasant Hill 


2.00 










6.00 


Refuge 


W. A. Morris 

T. H.Posey 

W. A. Morris 


— 






10.00 




3.60 

5.'66 
6.50 


3.00 

16766 






13. 22 


Stony Mountain 

Saluda 








5.00 








23.00 




J. L. Brookshire— 


12 

I5I 


5.00 








1L50 




1 










Total 


94.97 


327.47 


216.07 


126.81 























CATAWBA RIVER— 1906. 



Abie's Chapel 

Antioch 

Bethany 

Bethel 

Bridgewater 

Connelly Springs .. 

('orinth 

Enon 

Glen Alpine 

Hopewell 

Hall's «Jrove 

Jonas Ridge 

Mull's Chapel 

Mull's Grove 

Mountain Home... 

MOROANTON 

Mt. Gilead 

North Catawba 

Oak Grove 

Olive Grove 

Pleasant Hill 



A. P.Buragardner. 

I. W.Thomas 

J. A. Rector 

J. A. Rector 

P. J. Shell 

R.L. Patton 

Cicero Queen 

P.J. Shell 

A. H Wj'ncoop 

S. C. Bennett 

B. F. Newtou 

J.M.Harris 

H.C. Harrill 

A. H. Wyncoop 

R.L. Patton 

W. F. Powell 

Cicero Queen 

R. L. Patton 

P.J. Shell 

Cicero Queen 

W.F.Hull. 



I 
45 
135; 

41. 

38. 

29. 

23. 

51 . 
142! 

19 

74 1 

531 

48;. 

44j 

43 

60 
239 

81 
148 
139 

75] 
I6II 



115 

40 



1.00 
5.00 



1.00 
3.55 



1.00 
10.00 



1.50 



1.50 



.1 531 



1.50. 
12.00 
4.00 
2.00 
1.00. 



1.00 
4.00 
1.00 



87 

30 

88 
152 

90 
100 

.50. 

59 
130 



2 00 

1.00 

5.00 1.00 

60.00 29.05 
1.00 

20.00 



2.00 
12. 00 
5.00 
2.00 



2.00 I . 

14.30 10.38 1.05. 



22.51 



1.50. 
5.00 



10.00 

i.on 

5.00 

10.00 

157. 03 

2.00 
45.00 



2.00 



1.50 
15.00 



2.00 
15.00 
5.00 
10.71 
3.00 
2.00 
2.00 



?,5.00 

181.65 

2.00 

52 26 



3.00 
15.00 



ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS. 



87 





CATAWBA RIVER— Continued. 












Churches 


Pastors 


CO 

a 

to 

O. 

CQ 


a, 

2 

<1) 


a 

II 
lis 

32 


CO 

a 
3 

CO 

s 


IS 

a 
o 

CO 

o 


a 
o 

s 


ID 

a 

si 
a. 

o 


§ 

XT! 


a 

< 


a 
0.2 

O ao 

.a.2 
^% 
a" 

3 

m 


3 
§ 




Julius Pruitt 

W B Mull 


2 


99 
106 
129 

84 
120 


83 
44 
62 
59 
SO 


83.00 


82.00 


810.00 


810.00 


81.00' 


826.00 


Shoup's Grove 

Smyrna 




J.M.Harris 

L.A.Rogers 

W.B. Mull - 

L. A. Rogers 

P J Shell 


2 
1 
2 
2 


5.00 
2.50 
1.50 
2.00 
1.00 
2.00 
2.77 


2.00 
2.00 


15. 00 
2.50 


12.00 
3.00 
5.00 
5.00 

14.00 
3.00 
5.00 




1. 42' 

L . . 


35. 42 
10.00 


St Paul 






6.50 




62 54 
108i 94 
197 70 

35J 51 


1.00 
2.55 

"ir25 


4.00 
6.00 
2.00 
6.50 






12.00 








23.55 


7ion Hill 


Cicero Queen 

A. P. Bumgardner. 


7 
118 




1 


7.00 


Zoar 




1.00^ 


16.52 


Total 


262811651 


141.77 


54.89 


326.03 


412.43 810.38 


4.47 


949.97 

























CEDAR CREEK. 














Beaver Dam 

Bladen Union 

Vape Fear 

Cedar Creek 

Cumberland 

Green Springs 

Great Marsh 

Hope Mills 

Judson 


W. R. Johnson 

J.M.Gibbs 

M. A. Stephens 

J.A.Smith 

J.A.Smith 

T J. Baker 

T.J.Baker 

T J Baker 


28 
10 
8 
3 
2 
11 
6 
3 
3 
6 

"is 

10 
35 
6 
15 
14 
9 
3 


1311 84 
156 78 

76 54 
243 122 

68' 58 
165 77 
192 99 
130 175 1 
181 40 

82 59! 


2.00; 2.00 
18.00 12.66 

7.50, 9.91 
10.00 6.00 

5.061 5.00 
17.00 


2.00 
12.70 
20.07 
17.15 
10.18 
13.90 
60.50 

"■■5.'65 

7.50 
1.00 
7.50 
10.00 
15.00 
67.00 
26.65 
10.24 
10.00 
4.00 
2.00 


2.00 
10.00 




2.0o' 


10.00 
53.36 


17.50 
17.59 
11.00 


2.76 


1.45 


59.19 
50.74 






31.24 


17.00 






47.90 


20.00 
18.11 
7.95 
5.00 


10.00 

25.00 

O.OO 

5.00 


40.47 

59.70 

5.00 

5.00 




6.68 

1 


137.65 
102. 81 


W. A. Humphry „ 
W. A. Humphry __ 

D.B.Humphry 

R. M. Cashwell 

M. A. Stephens 

J.M.Gibbs 

J.W.Watson 

R.T. Byrd 


2.65 


3. 95 


29.55 
22.50 




13 
116 


1 








1.00 


Mt. Pisgah 

Mt. Gilead 

Massey Hill 

Rockfish 


fiS 


9.82 

10.00 

15.00 

31.65 

11.35 

1.98 

6.03 

2.00 


7.00 
6.14 
5.00 
12.80 
7.00 

.20 
5.00 

.75 
2.86 


10.00 

16.30 

15.00 

30.00 

10.00 

6.60 

10.35 

1.50 

2.27 








34.32 


110 65' 
174! 144; 
169; 1S6; 

62 82! 
89 25 

111 84l 
45 64| 
26 fifi 




5.00 




47.44 
50.00 




2.74 
5.00 
13.02 
2.50 
.50 


7.00 
17.60 

iris 


151.19 
77.60 


Shiloh 


P.T.Britt 

P. T. Britt 


32.04 
45.23 


Tabernacle 

Union Springs 


D.B.Humphry .._ 
J.M.Gibbs 


8.75 
7.13 


53 












Cedar Falls 








1 
















188 






1 












Total 


2392 


1625 


198. 45 


127.82 


302.38 


287.28 


5.41 


42.84 


36.95 


1000. 65 













CENTRAL. 



Bay Leaf 

Bethany 

Bethlehem 

Brassfleld 

Falls 

Flat Rock 

Forestville 

Pranklinton 

Glen Royall 

Harris Chapel 

Hopkins Chapel 

Midway 

Mt. Olivet- — . 

Mt. Vernon 

New Bethel 

New Hope 

Oak Grove 

Oak Ridge 

Perry's Chapel 

Ralkigh— First .. 

Rocky Ford 

Roles ville 

Samaria 

Stony Hill 

Wakefield Central . 



A. A. Crater 

J. M. Hilliard. 

C.C.Williams... 
A.C.Sherwood.. 

A. V. Joyuer 

A. A. Pippin 

T.C. Singleton .. 

T.B. Justice 

T.C. Singleton .. 

A. A. Pippin 

C.C.Williams-.. 
H. W.Baucora .. 
G. W. Coppedge . 

A. A. Crater 

A. V. Joyner 

A. A. Crater 

J. D. Morris 

J. W. Sledge 

T.B. Justice 

W.C.Tyree 



W.R.CuUom 

A. D. Hunter ... 
J.W.Atkinson. 
J.D. Bowen 



94' 36 
85' 42 
54' 77: 
104 .58 
100 141' 
316 142 
90 72 
18ll 122 
87, 162 
107, 98 
144 68 
110 60 
7/1 75 
180 102 
138 68 



11 121 



1.501 

10. 25; 

4.00 

30.00 

2. 50, 

20. 63 

1.5.11 

33.00, 

12.90 

4.25 

8.00' 

7.00, 

5. 51 1 

43.00 

3.39 

25. 34 

11.57 

1.00 

20.75 

759.86 



4.00 

5.00 

3.00 

11.75 

3.01 

7.96 

9.10 

15.00, 

11. 2.5; 

3.00, 

1.50 

7.00 

3.00 

20.00 

4.00 

10. 98 

12.00 

1.00 

9.50 

369.70; 



7. 25' 

5.00 

5.00, 

23. 15 

1.76 

49. 15' 

20. 30, 

15. 00 

14. 75; 

3.00 

.5.00 

6.00' 

1.85 

20.11 

5.00 

5.98 



5.75 '. 

5. 00 2. 00 . 

5. 00 1. 00 . 
26.40 10.00 

9.5.5 !- 

16.26' •. 

16.80; ' 

100. 00; 5. 35 

6. 62| 3. 00 . 
10. 00 

8. OO; 3. 00 . 

7.70, 

5.00' 



'5ro6 



4.00 
5.00 



10.00 
5.00, 



.50 
2.00 
2.75 



2.291 1.21 



3.50 



5.00 



1.00 

1.00 

747. 61 



192 

67 

170, 



50.00 50.00 

1.93: 

S.OOl 2.00 
10.65' 14.66 



100.00 
3.16 
2.00 
26.87 



10. 00 
2. 50, 

40. 15 

411.63,121.00 



1.00 
5.00 
1.00 



5.00 



71.54 

3.22' 

2.50; 

25. 24 . 64 



1.00 



..50 
20.00 



5.00 



3.00 



18. 50 
27.25 
18.00 

106. 30 
16. 82 
94.00 
65.31 

17^35 
48. 52 
23. 75 
25. 50 
31.70 
18.36 

100.86 
17.39 
47.75 
41.57 
12.30 

I 71.90 

50.00 2479.80 



1.00 



3.47 
3.00 
5.80 



2.00 28.3.54 

1. 53l 9. 84 

9.50 

2.00. 83.0 



8S, 



N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



CENTRAL— Continued. 



Churches 



Wake Forest. 

Wake Union 

WakeX Roads. 
West Raleigh- -- 

Woodland 

Youngsville 

? Total 



Pastors 



0'.\ 



J. W. Lynch 

J. D. Morris 

J. M.Hilliard 

R. S. Stephen.son . 
T.C. Singleton.-.. 
T.B. Justice 



259 




CHOWAN. 





J.T.Hudson 












2.00 
123.00 

5.00 
10.00 
16.00 
20.00 
19.85 
22.00 
15.00 

4.44 


2.00 
86.35 
18.69 
50.00 
27.00 
25. 17 








12.00 










Ballard's Bridge. 


J. O. Alderman 

P. S.C.Davis 

P. A.Tatem 

J. W. Rose— 1 

Jo.siah Elliott 

I. N. Loliin — 

Josiah Elliott 

Jo.siah Elliott 

W.P.Jordan 




452 
44 


183 

84 


63.60 
79.69 


85.50 
5.00 
,5.00 


20.00 
5.00 


i5.5o 


336.35 
113.38 




12 290 


148 


20.00 




85.00 


Bethel 

Beulah 


„..| 290! 142 
6 125! 37 


18.00 11.00 
23.00 1.5.10 
44. 4G 39.77 
15.00 10.00 
20.00 10.00 
1.00 2.56 


5.55 
5.00 


5.55, 12. o5 

5.48, 7.95 

10.00 

4.00, 


94.00 
101.70 


Blackwell MEM- 
Center Hill 


— .i 345 
26 181 

160 

.... 41 


262 

83 
68 




40.001 10.00 
27.001 5.00 


164. 08 
83.00 


Chappell's Hill 

Coinjock 


32.00 
2.53 


8.00 


5.00 




90.00 
10.53 












Columoii 

Cool Spring 

Corinth 


C.L.Owen 

J.B. Harrell 

S. F. Bristow 


J 

22 


149 
417 
225 

49 
227 
258 
(>9-? 


136 
135 
174 

42 
10b 
227 
697 

60 
122 

59 

63 


1.5.00 5.00 
2.5.00, 21.00 
20.00 5.00 


10.00 
25.90 
5.00 


25.65 
25.60 
10.00 


3.55 


5.55 
5.00 
5.00 


""6.55 


63.00 
101. 60 
51.00 


Ebenezer 

E DENTON 

Elizabeth City 


J. B. Perrebee 

H. H. .Mashburn - 

John K. Vines 

Josiah Elliott 

T.J.Hudson 


14 

2 

63 


15.00 5.00 

11.5.00 226.42 

229.70 231.39 

15.00 9.00 

22.00 20.55 

1 


5.00 

1.58.91 

685. 14 

38.06 

24.75 


5.00 
134. 10 
110. 18 
25. 00 


5.55 

10.00 


5.00 
15.00 




40.00 
659. 43 
1256. 41 


Eureka _ - 


7 164 


5.o5 


4.00 
4.01 




96.06 


Gatesville 




1.57 
47 
95 


22.65: 8.00 


101.96 


Great Hope 

Ourn Neck 


Josiah Elliott 


2 


10.00 5.00 


5.00 


il.Oa 3.00 


3.00 




37.00 


Hertford - _ .. 


T.S.Crulchfleld-. 

J. O. Alderman 

T.G.W.-d 

Jusinh Elliott 

J. O. Alderman 


25 208 
1 172 
7 57 

1 159 

6 96 
-1 46 


124 
69 
84 
70 
29 


30.00 27.00 
20.00 10.00 
11.00 14.18 
28.48, 10.00 
5.00 7.00 
5.00, 3.25 


38.35 
20.00 
16.00 
35.00 
5.00 
3.25 
1.00 


65.49 43.00 


10.00 
2.00 


2.55' 21.5.84 


Macedonia 

Manteo 


19. 22 

4.00 

20.00 

17.00 

5.00 


5.00 




76.22 
45.18 
11L48 
35.00 
16.50 
1.00 


Middle Swanap 

Mt. Plea.sant 


5.55 


5.00 


8.00 
1.00 


Mt. Sinai 






Mt. Zion 


C.L.Owen 


5 41 

2^ 46 


.::.:i-v:__i.:— - 








Moyock 


65 

82 
93 

~47 
128 

"70 
69 
89 
137 
139 
50 
261 













N. Mattamuskeet — 
Oak Ridge 







Tl 
51 
















Olivet - . 


Spencer Chaplin.. 
P. S. C. Davis. . 


6 
















Pantego . 




7 
57 
93 
93 
73 


1.00| 1.00 


f.OO 
3.25 
5.00 
2.00 






— - 


3.00 




S. F. Bristow 

VV. P. Jordan 

W.P.Jordan 

J. B. Fcrrebee... 





10.00 
22. 00 
2.50 
5.00 
15.00 

"laon 

20.25 




13.25 


Po]>lnr Branch 

Powell'.s Point 


5.00 3.00 

4.00 

20. 00 5. 00 


3.00 


2.00 




40.00 
8.50 


Providence - 


5,55 


5 00 





40.00 




J. H. Ferrebee 

W.P.Jordan 

T.J. Hudson ., 

T. A.Tatem 

T.G.Wood 

J. W.Rose 


11 


184 


20.00 

5.00 

35.00 

14. 74 

4.00 




35.00 




3 108 

1 215 

19 77 

3 107 

37 510 

1 21 

1 ^ 


3.00 
25.00 


5.00 
30. 19 


.3.o5' 

10.00 5.00 




16.00 


Reynoldson 


185. 19 
34.99 


Ro.'^NOKE Island 


12.05 


5.50 

63.11 

5.00 







21.55 


Rocky Hock. .„ 

Roper 


65.80 57.50 
8.00, 5.00 


63.58* 15.00 8.11 
5.00 2.00 


2.21 


270. 31 
25.00 


Rose Bay 




i 1 




tinlem 

Sandy Cross 

Savvykr's Creek.. 


T. A.Tatem 

T.J.Hud.son 

N.J. Allen 


11 171 

31 3.35 
121 281 

9 158 
7 278 
23 2.53 


99 
216 
230 

52 
167 
103 


1.5.00 5.00 
20.00 10.00 
4.5.65 32.10 


5 00 

10.00 

100.00 

'"is.'oo 


48.55—.- 5 55 

10.00 10.00 .5.00 
52. 00! 25. 00 10. 00 




78.00 

65.00 

264. 75 


Shady Grove 

Shiloh 

Soundside 


.1. B. Forrebee 

S. F. Bristow 

C.L.Owen 


12.00 
2.5.00 
15.00 


"loroo 


10.00 
20.62 
18. 75 


5. 00, 3. 00 

10.00 

3. 00 - 


30.00 
80^62 
36.75 


South Shore 




71 

435 








8.00 




Warwick 

Whale's Head 


J.W.Rose 

J. 0. Alderman.,.. 

S.F. Bristow 

J. W. Rose 


-— 


102 
60 
86 

125 
48 


.50. 06' 15.00 


25.00 


20.00 


— 




118.00- 


Whiteville Grove.. 

Woodville.. _ 

Yeopitn 


2 178 

1 164 

26 176 


20.00 12.00 
12. 00 5. 00 
1.5.00 15.00 


20.00 
5.00 
15.00 


20.00 
5. 00 
16. 00 


6.00 4.00 

1 3.00 

5.00 3.00 


"2.55 


82.00 
32.00 
69.00 


Total- 


438 04'2fi'.';72fi 


1269. 02 949. 37 


1627.80 


1203. 68 


240. 00 16.5. 60 


41.16 .5496.6.'? 

























ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS. 



89 



EASTERN. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


Baptishs. 

Church Mem- 
bership. 

Su n. School 
Enrollment. 


a 


"Si 

m 


a 


S3 


a 


to 
fas 

03 

a 
ce 

a, 




a 
•3.2 

11 

K S 


a 

■a 3 


a 

a 
ja 


"3 



Alpine 

Alum Springs 

Bear Marsh 




15' 35 


12.08 
9.00 
17.50 
42.00 
7.77 
5.50 
4.00 
2.50 


81.11 


81. 22 


12.32 
7.00 






80.55 


86.73 


' D.S.Kennedy 

T.J.Hood . 


2 16.... 
12 155, 69 

2 110.... 
25; 128 66 

1 25.... 

1 63 
10 311 35 

4; .34I 45 
24 24?! 159 

1 43; 30 
16, 165; 170 

7 53 124 
18 90, 41 
20, 52| 32 

8 601 75 
5' 155 20 

30, 257 40 
49 . - 






16.00 


2.00 
10.00 
1.51 
2.03 
1.00 
.50 


37.50 

14.40 
1.01 
3.75 
1.00 
1.00 
5.00 

35.00 
8.65 

12.25 

21.45 
5.00 
3.91 
5.00 
2.00 
5.50 
4.10 

18.88 
5.00 

13.11 

49.52 
2.00 

28.85 

89.08 
2.07 

54.50 
4.00 
3.50 

10.07 
3.00 
5.34 
4.00 
4.00 

60.98 


10.00 
9.80 
7.63 
1.70 


16^50 


82. 50 

6. 80 


69.50 


Bethel 

Beulah -. 


J. L. Stewart 

1 T.J. Hood 

J. M. Page. _ 


89.00 
17.92 


Beulah Chapel 

Boykin's Chapel 

Cedar Fork 

Centre 


1.00 


1.00 

1.00 

1.00 


14.98 


R. C.Sandling 

J, H. Booth 

Henry Carter 

J. M.Page. - 


2.00: 1.00 

1.00; 

15.(10, 1.00 

53.00, 15.00 

5.00 


10.00 

6.00 

21.00 


Clinton 


47.28 
13.75 
38. 40 
56.05 
25.00 

4.57 
14. .50 
18.00 
32. 00 
10.35 
94.18 
20.00 
26.20 
42.62 

4.00 
16.45 
95.00 

2.13 
30.00 
10.88 

2.50 
10.00 
12. 00 

3.00 
32.00 
12.00 
50.11 


51.55 
1.75 
8.55 

12.50 
5.00 

"5r6o 

2.00 
10.00 

1.60 
15. 53 

5.00 

5.26 
37.10 

2.00 

"55."59 
1.30 
3.00 
2.23 
2.50 
5.00 
3.00 
2.00 
4.00 
2.00 

16. 32 


10.00 

1.10 

5. 00 1. 00 
5. 50 4. 00 

2. .50 

2. 00 

2.00 

5.00 

5.00 

2.00 

5. 00 5. 61 

5.00 

3. 00 

5.00 

2. 00 

1 


211.83 


Concord 




30. 25 


Corinth _ . 


49.15 
27.30 
8.34 
7.99 
5.00 
7.00 
20.00 
4.25 


5.00 
10.00 

"i."oo 

"5roo 


119.35 


Delway ' 


136. 80 


Dobson's Chapel 

EDenezer 

Faison 

Hallsville 

Island Creak 

Ivanhoe . 


J. B. Newton 

M.L. Mints 

J.M.Page 

J. H. Booth 

I W.B.Rivenbark.. 
H. Wormesley __ 


45.84 
18.47 
32.50 
34.00 
77.50 
22. 30 


Johnsou 


J. M.Page 


16' 167 77 

2; 64 25 

. 75 40 


101.55 3.00 

15.00 5.00 
19.25 5.00 
13.05! 5.00 

4.00 1.00 
2.73 2.96 

77.79 10.00 
1.00 1.00 

35.00, 3 00 
4.00, 3.00 
5.00 

10.001 2.50 
7.50, 5.00 
4.00 

25.00; 3.00 

7.22! 2.00 

108. 58j 8. 75 


243. 75 


Kenansville . 




55 00 


Lisbon _ 


71.82 


Magnolia 


J. H. Booth 


e; 181 125 

8 74 30 
13 143 67 
14; 193 155 

2! 251 22 
5' 167, 126 
71 1371 64 
13' 91! 30 

258 1471 97 
1 47 44 

. 53 62 


152. 29 


Maple Hill 

Mt <-»ilead 


J. H. Booth.., 

J. M. Alderman ... 

C. M Rock 

J. B. Newton 

J. M. Alderman 

<i, A.Balne 

T.J.Hood 

J.M.Page . . 


15.00 
50.99 


Mt. Olive 

Mt.Zion 

New Hope 

Piney Grove . 


10.00 

1.00 

3.00 

'"r.5o mill 

2.50 

2. 50 

2. 00 

3.00 

2.00 

7.00...... 


337.46 

8.50 

128.50 

24 11 


Poplar Grove 

Roan 


15.00 
40 07 


Rose Hill... 

Sharon... 


J. M. Alderman ... 
J. H. Booth- 


33.00 
16.34 


Siloam 

Spring Vale 

Warsaw 


J. M. Alderman ... 

R. C.Sandling 

C.M.Rock... 


.... 103 50 
18 104' 110 
43 219, 140 

1 


72.00 

29.22 

251 74 








Total 


359 3732 1967 

\ 1 


813.34 

- 


278,33 


525.71 


683.65105.71106.90 11.16 


2527 80 









ELKIN-1906. 



Center . .. 


Levi MeCann .. 




29 
248 
59 
48 
87 
90 
60 
32 
176 
109 
17 
82 










1.00 
1.00 








1 00 


Cool Spring 


G.M. Burcham 

M. McNeill 

J. W. Bryant-. . _ 


2 
10 
















1 00 


Fishing Creek ... 


















Mt. Pleasant .. . 




















Pleasant Hill 


J. M. Current 

J.W.Bryant 

J. R. Jolly 


1 
11 

1 

1 

33 










1.00 








1.00 


Pleasant Home . 


















Poplar Spring 










1.00 








1.00 


Roaring Gap, 


L. B. Murray 

L.B.Murray 

W. A. Holloman .. 
H.J.Carter 


















Rock Creek .. 




















Shoaly Branch . . 




















Union Hill 










.50 








.50 


White Plains . 


L. B. Murray 




















c,"Gollectlou at Asso 


elation 






i.6.5 






1.02 




6 30 




8 37 


















' Total-. 


59 


1037 


* 


1.05 






5.52 




6.30 




12 87 













oo.e 



* American Baptist Year Book credits Elkin with 20 Sunday Schools and 1500 pupils. 
' i UO.0 i.m FLAT RIVER. 



Amis' Chapel.... 

Antioch , 

Bullock 

Bethel 

Bethany 



P. H. Fontaine 1S| 205 

G.A.Harris 9! 101 

i R. H. Marsh 16| 72 

P. H. Fontaine .... 182 

E. G.Usry | l| 681 



5.82 

5.50 

25.00 

8.31 



8.00 
7.66 
3.90 
10.80 
3.00 



33.23 

7.66 

4.65 

129. 23 

6.65 



62.99 
6.34 
12.66 
47.77 
6.00 



2.00 
100.00 



3.10 
9.20 



1.00 



104. 22 
27. 38 
31.81 

322.00 
24.96 



90 



N. C. BAPTIST STATE COXVEXtlON. 



FLAT RIVER-Continued. 



Churches. 



Pastors. 



Beulah 

Concord 

Corinth 

Creedmore 

Dexter 

Enon 

Florence Avenue- 
Fellowship 

Grassy Creek 

Hester's 

Island Creek 

Knap of Reeds .__ 

Knott's Grove 

Mountain Creek.. 

Mt. Zion 

Mt. Harmony 

Mill Creek 

Oxford 

Olive Branch 

Olive Grove 

Poplar Creek 

Pleasant Grove... 

Providence 

Peace Chapel 

Rock Spring 

Jioxboro 

Stovall 

Sharon 

State Line 

Tabb's Creek 

Tally Ho 

Rock Grove 

Slaughter estate.. 



J. A.Stradley 

L. L. Hudson 

H.T.Stevens 

A.C. Sherwood 

R. H. Marsh 

R.H. Marsh 

T. W.Harl 

L. L. Hudson 

P. H. Fontaine 

R. H. Marsh 



52 






>-. iS a; 
M b 



6°\ 

02 



is 



J. B.Weatherspoon 

J. D. Morris 

A. V. Joyner 

J. B.Weatherspoon 

J. H. Gordon 

G.T. Watkius 

A. B. Dunnaway — 

J. R. Pace 

J. W. .\tkinson 

H.T. Stevens 

A.C. She: wood 

J. H. Gordon 

A. C.Sherwood 



.... 34 

19, 125 

... 126 

5 

4 

18 160 

6 87 

9 148 

1 ISO 131 

18 198 127 

2:3 382 162 



48| 

56; 

48 

66 117 

26. 80. 

74 

65 






a 
a£ 

"S — 






83.00 84.50 
3. 25 5. 151 
13.10, 4.90, 
13.54 13.471 



88.50 
29.30 
18. 59 



83.69 

19.40 

9.00 

12.95 



O 00 

oa 
■a o 



5§ 



88.26! 



1271 
63' 



39 


273 


78 


U 


196 


66 


4 


51 


34 


14 


2S2 


134 


34 


440 


265 


6 


118 




3 


110 


87 


3 


106 


15 


10 


152 


58 


4 


101 


40 


8 


98 


69 


5 


110 


73 



37.26 

14. .54! 

8.28 
12.61 
13.44 
46. 76 
11.00, 

15. 00; 

33.,3n! 
26.51' 

1.00! 
75.00 
123.71 

5.00, 

2. 82 
17. 74 

8.00 



30.38 

12. 96 
2.15' 
3.43' 
9.25 

19.021 
9.05 

10.00, 
9.50 

30. 52 
1.00. 

54.00 
195. 46; 
3.37 
2.49! 
4.00 
3.52 



54.40 
15.73 
6.06 
17. 38 
11.00 
129. 85 
14.05 
15.00 
40.50 
39. 43 

"266.'65 
220.48 

1. 64 . 

5.54 
41.38 

4.55 



79.60811.45 
6.29 4.77, 
6.35 

19.82 

24. 15 4. 00 
10. 80 3. 62 
26. 93 2. 10 

10.00 I 

40.51 |. 

47.07 6.51 

3.00 I 

77.62 43.00 
156.11 7.42 



811. 19 
36.30 
66.30 
66.81 



10.52 86.31 
5. 37 1 4. 72 

1.92 

3.12 I 

7 50' 

2! so! 15^00, 
3.00 

2.75' I 



11.71 1.10 



5.33 . 

5. 11 3. 16 . 
5. 50 3. 00 



13.00 16.40 
14.39 5.45 
5.90 



3.00 



G.T. Watkins 

J. A.Stradley 

J. R. Pace 

W.L.Kyle 

A. B. Dunnaway.. 

P.C.Sherwood 

R. H. J ones 



Total . 



2 128 1.33 
9 187 85 

— ' 72 24 

3 99 42 
— 17! 35 

10 167 45 
I 11 41 



3.00 3.04 
8.50 41. 90: 
40.00 25.00 



3.85 
51.15 
50.00 



7.43 3.54 

14.22 I 

93.00 15.00 



14.19 



2.10 
3.74 
5.001 5.00 



229. 92 

64.38 

24.73 

56.36 

69.34 

222.35 

66.13 

53.75 

123.81 

162.85 

5.00 

530.02 

722. 97 

15.91 

16.28 

85.58 

23.02 



22.96 
154.49 
233.00 



9.50 
3.23 
2.25 
4.00 
8.10 
195. 16 . 



9.44 
L95 



30.00 
2.00 
4.40 
4.00 
8.12 
195. 17 



7.60. 








55.94 


2.09. 
4.43. 




i.59 1 

10.00 2.00 


10.66 
23.08 


6. 75 . 




t 


14.75 


24.57 


4.58 






53.27 








390.33 


- 









323 4968 2789 815.22 517.15 1458.43 858.53 111. 15 219. 57i 61.17, 4071.22 

I I : I I ill 



FRENCH BROAD-1906. 



Mars Hill 

M.\KSUALL 


"MrXrWond"!""" 


31 
21 


246 
151 


337 
1.5? 


11.24 
49.00 


35.07 
71.41 


34. 98 
16.50 


97.85 
10.00 


7.50 1 10.00 


196. 64 
146.91 
23.00 
28.27 
17.67 
17.30 
17 71 


Bull Creek 1 A. J. Sprinkle ! 6 143 lOOl 2.00! 2.00 


2.00 10.00 


7.00 




Laurel Branch 

Madison Seminary.. 

Walnut Creek 

Gabriel's Creek 

California 


T.C.King 


13 124 66 17.75 
6 S4 50! 15.33 
6 175 76, 12.00 


■ 




10. 52 
2.34 
2.60 
1.71 
5.00 
.70 
2.58 
3.00 
3.00 
5.00 
3.00 
2.25 

10.00 








T.C. King 

T.C King 














2.80 








T.C King 


6 128 771 16.00 
9 131' _. 1 7.29 










T.C.King 


28.40 










40 69 


Middle Fork .' 


Thomas Eaton.. 2 80 86 










.70 


Bethel 1 C. D. Cole 7 


108 
110 






2.12 










4.70 


Little Ivy 


L.C.Roberts 18 

J.D.King 

W.T. Mradley 4 

A. J. Sprinkle 10 


46 












3 00 


Upper Laurel 


102 SO 
100 75 
89 75 






5.00 








8 00 


Piney Mountain 


5.00 


2.00 








12.00 


Grand View. 












3 00 


Lonjr Branch 


A. J. Sprinkle 

L-J. Bailey 


14 


74 68 
122 74 

50.... 
161 80 
209 151 














2.25 


Peek'-s Chapel 


23.00 

3."6o 












33 00 


Paint Fork 


C.D.Cole 


1 


"s.'no 


6.00 
3.34 
2.50 








6 00 


Fork.s of Ivy 


J. A. Bradlev... . 


15.00 
8.48 
5.00 
5.00 








24 34 


Grape Vine 


L.J.Bailev' 

A. J. Sprinkle 

C.L.Cole 


30 
7 
2 


30.00' 








40.98 


Locust Grove 


94 
140 

65 
119 
100 
111 

.33 

17 


27 
1.50 

85 








5.00 


Paint Gap.. 












5 00 


Foster'M Creek 


J. L. Lewis 
















Big Laurel 






65 
















Laurel Seminary 






35 
















Little Creek 




















Ivy Ridge 




















Union Valley 






j 




































ToUil 


193 .^ftfifi 


2091 


181.61 70 'S 


73 12 


207 93 '•« -50 




10.00 


566 89 


















■ 





ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS. 



91 



GREEN RIVER. 



Cnurches. 



Pastors. 



sdlsai 



3 man 

O CO 



03 



K 


<c 





fl 





fl.2 


<D m 


'""m 


S3 




S^ 


W 


fe 






O w 



Bethel 

Bethlehem 

Bealah 

Bis Level 

Bill's Creek 

Camp Creek 

Cane Creek 

Chapel Hill 

Cherry Spring 

Clear Creek 

Columbus 

Cooper's Gap 

Dysartsville 

Eureka 

Hall Town 

Harmony Grove _ 
Hickory Grove— 

Jessie'sGrove 

Macedonia 

Marion 

Mill Spring 

Montford's Cove.. 
Mountain Creek-. 

Mt. Lebanon 

Mt. Pleasant 

Mountain View.— 

Mt. Vernon 

Old Fort 

Piney Knob 

Pleasant Grove... 

Pleasant Hill 

Rock Spring 

Round Hill 

Round Knob 

Rutherfordton 

Silver Creek 

Stone Mountain.. 

Sunny Vale 

Tryon 

Turkey Cove 

Walnut Grove 

Whi'teside Valley. 
Zion Hill 



J. W. Whitley ... 

W.L.Bans 

B. P.Jackson 

B. P. Jackson 

B. M. Hamriek _. 
B. M. Hamriek .. 
J.L. McCarson ._ 

A. P. Sorrells 

W.L.Bans 

E. Buchanan 

W. H.Jones..;... 

W. H. Hall 

P.J. Shell 

Z.T. Whitehead. 

E. Buchanan 

W. L. Haynes 

R.J.Tate 

A. P. Sorrells . 

B. W.Toney 

W. B. Morton 

T.J. Moss 

T.J. Moss 

D.J.Hunt 

J. B. Arledge 

H.R. Freeman .. 

E.Jackson 

W. E. Wilson . 

W.L.Bans 

W. L. Haynes ... 
W.E.Wilson 

B. M. Hamriek .. 
R. L. Limerick... 

C.B. Justice 

E.Buchanan 

C. B. Justice 

J. M. Walker 

T.K.Brown 

S. F. McPeters ... 



215 441 
133' 115' 



50 
117 
191 

96 
110 

39 

91 2.dI 
105' 108i 
1271 64 
156 80! 
177 49 

14'. 

17!....!, 

139 
65 

22 
135 

97| 
203 . 
226 



811.56 16.15 
7.-3l| 6.00 
1. 25' 
2.50 



7.89 



L25. 
2.50' 
5.00' 
3.35 



S36. 50, 

7.25| 

""3r5i[ 

5.00 
4.15 



sio. 00 

10.00 
1.50 
2.50 
5.00 
6.60 



2.25 
8.00, 
7.00; 
5.00, 
3.00. 
10. 00 
4.00 



1.50 
5.15 
4.00 
5.00. 



4.30 
5.50, 
11.24 
5.00' 



5 30, 
4.00, 



6.00 
4.00 



17. 50 
10.00 

28.00 
8.00 
1.75' 

12. 37l 
4.00 



5. 00, 
1.00,. 



5.00 



5.00 
1.00. 



10.00 



233 111 

55 54,1. 



84.65 48.75 

2.00 2.oo: 

4.67 8.24: 

24.35 17.70 



78! 
54 



(:3.70, 
2.00 

14.79'. 
127. 70 
3.00, 



2.00 
86.65. 
4.00. 



309 114 



36 



J. R. Way caster 



H.R. Freeman 
A. P. Sorrells ._ 



Total . 



2.00 
27.52 
6.00, 
2.00 
5.50l 
7.49 
4.001 



1.00 
12. 50 
4.00, 
2.00, 
5.50, 
7.40 
2.00, 



30.00 30.00 



1.00 
21.50 
8.20 
2.00 
5.50 
12.10 
2.00 
40.00 



74.71 88.52 
2. 50: 2. 20, 



187. 27 
3.30 



5.00 

2.00 



5.00 
2.00'. 



5.00 



4.00, 1.50 
1.00! 1.00 



2.50 
1.00 



224 4745 24911 336.15,295.51 606.01 

I 



17.00. 

7.00. 

1.08. 

2.00. 
15.00l. 
13.02. 

2. 00, . 

6.10. 

6.09;. 

2.00' 
30.00. 



87.00. 
3.30. 



10.00 
2.00 



4.00. 
1.50; 



418.86:. 



HAYWOOD-1906. 



Allen's Creek 


William Pruett 


23 


116 
107 


59 

83 








5.13 


1 




5.13 




























1 






Bethel 


R A. Sentelle 




53 
75 
118 

79 


50 


2.20 


1.00 


2.00 


2.00 


1 




7.20 






























.:. 










R. H. Hipps 

J. M. Haynes 


10 


83 7 nfi 


2.06 


2.00 


2.00 
3.00 








13.12 




6 i:^-^ 


99 

56 










3.00 






153 
23 
62 
76 
39 
57 








































Jonathan's Creek ... 






54 
164 

56 


1.33 


1.00 


3.00 
10.93 


3.00 
5.84 








8.33 


M.R.N. Caldwell-. 


6 








16.77 


Mt Zion 




















68 


















Olivet 































...., 


















T. F. Arrington 


21 
5 
3 
9 

16 


135 
174 
92 
104 

9.M 


70 
127 
111 
122 


— 




2.50 


5.19 








7.69 


Pleasant Hill 


11.72 


34. 00 


46.001 41.60 
5. 00 8. 39 








133.32 


RatcllirCove 


T. F. Arrington 

E A Cox 








13.39 


Rock Spring 

Waynesville 




12.50 
50. 52 


25.00 
18.50 


53. 20 








90.70 




174 3.43 


57.00 









129. 45 






1 






Total 


99'l9.=iS 


13761 2,5.74 101 OS 


114.93 186.35 








428. 10 





























92 



N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



JOHNSTON COUNTY. 



Churches. 



Antioch 

Baptist Centre 

Benson 

Bethany 

Bethesda 

Bethel 

Blackman's Grove. 

Carter's Chapel 

Clayton 

Clydt's Chapel 

Corinth 

Calvary 

Four Oaks 

Hood's Grove 

Kenly 

Lee's Chapel 

Live Oak 

Micro 

Mt. Moriah 

Noble's Chapel 

New Bethel 

Oliver's Grove 

Parish Memorial .„ 

Pauline 

Pine Level 

Pisgah 

Pri iicetoQ 

Selma .__ 

Sardis 

Shiloh 

Smt'thfield 

Thanksgiving 

Trinity 

White Oak 

Wilson's Mills 

Wendell 



Total - 



Pastors. 



Worley Creech. 
O. R. Mangum.. 
D. F. Putnam... 
Worlev Creech - 

D. P. Bridges 

R. W. Horrell 

D. F. Putnam... 
D. D. Edwards.. 
T.H.Thornton. 
L. L. Hudson ... 

A. A. Pippin 

J. W.Watson 

D. F. Putnam... 

.1. W. Watson 

R. W. Horrell 

A. A. Pippin 

D. P. Bridges 

D. D.Edwards.. 

,J. M. Hilllard 

R. W.Horrell-. 
T. Y.Seymour.. 

N. H.Gibbs 

R. W Horrell 

J. W. Watson 

R. W. Horrell... 
D.F.Putnam... 
R. W. Horrell... 
O. R. Mangum.. 

B.G.Early 

L. L. Hudson ... 

D. P. Bridges 

D. P. Bridges 

J. W. Watson 

A. A. Pippin 

D. P. Bridges ... 
A. A. Pippin ... 



a 



12 



283 

158 

90 

38 

39 

36 

15 

294 

32 

2i 10 



fiS 






815. 00 
20.00 
118.30 

6.50, 
25.00 

4.00! 

26.00, 

10.00 

252. 19 

10.00 

6.00 

4.34 
12.10 
10 00 

3.00 



.5.00 

7.89 

56. OOl 

17.00 

27.50 

1.10 

1.5.00 

4.00 

6.00 

12.70 

18. 00 

125.00 

.5.00 

10.00 

229.25 

4.00 

5.00 

1.5.00 

15.00 

6.80 



»1.50 
3.00 

17.00 
2.50 
5.00 
1.50 
4.00 
2.50 

74.40 
4.00 
1.50 
2.15 
7.45 
2.00 
1.00 



1.05 
3.41 
25 
3.00 
7.00 



81.50 
2.221 

30. 66| 
2.00i 
2.00' 
1.50 
6.00| 
1.50, 
125. 10 
4.00 
2.00i 
3.50i 
8.00 
8.00 
1.00 





a 




be 


.2 o 


a 


C 


i » 








.a 

a, 


"■a 


1' m 
M.2 


O 


S 


<^ 






., 



O CD 

Si o 



oo 



4.75 
59.56 
2.00 
5.00 



82.50 81.50, 82.001 81.00 
10. 00, 
23. 46' 

3.00 
15. 00' 

2.00 

7.oo: 

5.00 

171. oo; 

8.44; 
4.00 
3.00 
3.00 
2.00 
2.00 



15. 00 

1. 25 
2.00 
1.00 
3.00 
1..50' 



4.00! 

1. 25j 
3.00 
1.00 
2.50 
2.00 



33.40 15. oo: 
2. 00 2 00 



1.20 
2. 25 

30.00 
4.00 

10.00 



1.50 
1.50 
1.25 
2.00 
4.00 

10.00 
2.00 
3. 25 

40.00 
1.00 
4.00 
4.50 
5.00 
5.15 



1.501 
4.50! 
1. 50 
2.501 
5.00 

30. 00; 
2.50 
2.00, 

50.00 



1.50 
l.;50 
2.00 
2.34 
4.00 

62.00 
1.50 
5.00 

40.00 



3.50 
2.50 
5.00 
3.00 



3.00 
5.00 
10.00 
5. 5S 



208,3209 2685 1098.47 254.81 374.591 458.77 119.60101.67 64.89 



1.00 
1.00' 
1.50 
2.00 
1.00 



.20 
1.00 
5.00 
2.00 
4.00 



1.00 
1.00 
1.25 
1.00 
2.00 

11.50 
1.00 
2.00 

12.00 



1.00 
1.50 
4.00 
1.00 



2.00, 
1. 25| 
2.50; 
1.50 
1.00 



2.00 
1.00 
1.00 

.50 

4.00 

1.00 

16.39 

1.50 

.50 

.50 
1.00 
1.00 

.50 



1.00; .50 
5.00;... 
2.00 1.00 
5.00| 1.00 



1.00, 
1.00 
1.50 
1.00* 
2.50 

10.00 
1.00 
2.50 

16. 00 



1.00 
2.00 
3.00 
4.17 



.50 

.50 

.50 

2.00 

1.00 

4.00 

1.00 

1.00 

10.00 

1.00 

.50 

1.00 

l.CO 

1.50 



KINGS MOUNTAIN. 



Beaver Dam I 

Bethlelieni 1 

Boiling Springs , 

Bessemer City 

Buffalo I 

Casar 

Carpenter's Grove... j 

Cherryville i 

Crowder's Mountain 

Doul)le Springs ] 

Double Shoals 

Elizabeth 

Fallston 

Grover 

Kings Mountain 

Lattimore 

Lawndale 

Mt. .Sinai 

Mt. Vernon 

Mt. Zion 

New Bethel 

New Hope 

New Prospect 

Oak Grove. .. 

Patterson's Grove... 
Patterson's Station.. 
Pleasant Grove 



A. C. Irvin 

G. G. O'Neill... 
J. V. Devenny 

J. J. Beach 

J.C. Blanton... 

W.F. Hull 

T. Dixon 

C. W. Payseur . 



D.G.Washburn. 

T.J. Moss 

G.G. O'Neill . 

T.Dixon 

J. D. Bailey 

J. J. Beach 

D. G. Washburn. 
C. W. Payseur ... 

.7. M. Goode 

W. B. Mull 

C. W. Pavseur ... 

C. W. Payseur... 

I. T. Newton 

T. Dixon 

B. M. Bridges . 

J. C. Blanton 

I. D. Harrell 

D. G. Washburn. 



17 346 75 

5 209 125 

14' 332 180 

29l 301 346 

6! 83 66 

.51 71 73 

4 62 56 

28; 312 145 

.. 27 94 

lOl 348 125 

123 73 

332 133 

75 80 

200 1.59 

318 200 

168 60, 

82 .... 

i:?3 40 

115—.. 

1.55 



6o; 
169 no; 

283 110 



214 
9! 103' 
3 125 
6 86 
14' .303 



20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
2.5.00 
2.00 
5.00 
6.00 
20.00 

"16.00 
.5.00 
.35. 00 
.5.00 
16.00 
IC. 12 
12.00 
19. .55 
4.00 
2.90 
.5.00 
41.70 
5.00 
10.00 
3.00 
3.00 
.3.00 



10.00 
lO.OCJ 
9.00 
9.00 
2.00 



2.00 
20.00 



13.00 
20. 00 
20.00 
23.00 
2.OOI 



13.00i 
10.001 

5.00 
25. 50 

2.00 



2.00 



3.00 
70.00 



5.00. 
31. 92 



4 00 
8.00 
1.00 
2.00 



.5.00 



16.00 

4.00 
20.00 

.5.11 
13. 00 
12. 98 

.5.00: 
17. 821 

3.001 

'Too 

,30. 95' 
6. 00, 

10. 00, 
3 00 
3.00 
3.00 



12.00; 10.00 



16.00 

5.00 

50.00 

1.5.00 

26.80 

21. 27 

5.00 

60.00 

3.00 

2.00 

.50. oo; 

201 .55' 
10. (X) 
lo.OOi 

3.00! 

.5.00; 

3.00, 
12.00, 



16.00' 
5. 00, 

30. 00 

20. 40 
.5. 00; 

1.5. .50 
5. 00; 

.50. .53 
3.00; 
6.CO; 
6.00 

40. 60 1 
6.73 
5.00' 
2.00 
5.00, 
3.00 
6.00 



4.00 
1.00 
2.00 
2. .50 
5.00 
.5.00 
1.00 
.5.00 



4.00 



6.39 
2.00, 
1.00 
2.00 



5.00. 



1.20 
2.00 
12.50 
1.50 
2.00 
1.00 
1.00 
2.00 
4.50 



2.00 

1.00.. 

2.OOI-. 

2..50|.. 

3.OOI.. 

.5.00,.. 

1..50.. 

3.00.. 

1.25.. 



3.50 



3.00 

12.6.5 

1.50 

2.00 

1.00 

1.00: 

2.00 

3. .50' 4.58 



ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS. 



93 





KINGS 


MOUNTAIN- 


Continued. 
















te 


s 


- c 

S 


a 


a 


a 




d 
■3.2 


, 


to 

9.° 








^ 




S3- 








rt c 




'T.'^ 


■OS 


■a 




Churches. 


Pastors. 


1 tt 






ii 


ii 


E -2 

S ! .2 3 

F< i .Eh 




o 






M 


O 


-0 


05 


ffl 


ta 


o 


s 


< 


05 


fH 


Pleasant Hill . 


G.G. O'Neill 


4 


175 


106 


59.00 


S57.00 


SIO. 00 


S8.00 


$1.00 


SI. 00 




«36.0O 


Poplar Springs 


A. C. Irvln 




106 
103 
246 


92 
79 
125 


4.00 
4.00 

7.50 


3.00 
2.00 
5.00 


4.95 
6.00 
7.50 


4.00 
5.05 
7.50 


2.00 
1.00 
1.50 


1.00 
1.00 
1.25 




18.95 


I D. Harrell 




18.05 


Sandy Plains _. 


J. V. Devenny 


5 


30.25 


Shady Grove 


C. W. Payseur 


3 


94 


70 


5.00 


6.00 


52.00 


7.00 


2.00 


2.50 




74.50 


Shelby 


M. E. Parrish 


(i 


471 


2S1 


110.00 


7o.00 


25.00 


53. 12 


40.00 


10.00 




313. 12 


Union . . 


T.J. Moss 


14 


195 


117 


6.00 


2.00 


6.00 


6.00 




1.00 




21.00 


Waco 


C. W. Pavseur 


17 


137 


50 


10.00 


8.00 


122.75 


25. 07 


2.00 


2.00 




169.82 


Zion . -- _ 


A. C. Irvin 


5 


197 


85 


15.00 10.00 


10.00 


S.OO 


3.00 


3.00 




49. 00 


Zoar 


D.G. Washburn— 


16 
337 


173 
7005 


65 


15.00 8.00 


10.00 


11.00 


3.00 


3. 00 


50.00 


Total - 


3691 


516.87 359.86 


1010. 82 


457. 92 


130.70 


90.94 


8.08 


2575. 19 











LIBERTY— 1906. 



Abbott's Creek 


Thomas Carrick .. 


7 


169 
8 
17, 

96 

38 

201, 

24 

97, 
1811 
213 
162 

loi: 

35 

5 

37| 

112 

n 

244; 

187; 
90 

160 
97 
56 
36! 
21i 
62^ 

2472's 

1 


70 


15.00 


5 00 


12.00 


22.50 


5.00 


4.00' 

1 . 


63.50 








19 
130 
46 
59 
32 
32 
87 
307 
52 
83 










1 




Denton 


JefT. Lanuing 

Henry Sheets 

S. D. Swaini 

I.L.Hall.. 


3 
5 
17 
6 

11 

] 
7 
2 


6.00 

5.00 

20.43 

.80 

""22.''60 
58. 00 
5.00 


3.50 
3.75 
6.00 
.50 
1.00 
7.00 
30. 75 
5.00 


6.60 

8.00 

20.00 

.50 

2.50 

21.23 

89.95 

12.00 

10.00 


14.00 
8.00 

20.00 
1.00 
2.00 

20.00 

"ll50 
15.00 


2.00 
1.50 
5.00 

"l.'oo 

15.00 
3.00 
3.00 


3.50 

1.63 

3. 60 

.40 

1.00 

4.20 

5. 00 

2.00 

1. 50 


35.00 


Gravel Hill . 


27.88 


Holloway's 

Huldah - 


75.03 
3.20 


Jackson's Creek 

Jersey 

Lexington 

Li bert y- 


L. G. Lewis 

S. D.Swaim 

T.J.Riddick 

Jeft. Lanning 

Henry Sheets 


6.50 
82.43 
198. 70 
39. 50 


Lick Creek . 


8.66' 6.00 

j 


44.16 














1 ... 
















35 
43 
46 
347 
143 
90 
98 
67 
68 


2.50 1.00 
11.00 6.00 

2. 00 2. 00 
50.00 30 00 
22.00 10.00 
35.00 18.00 
12.08 7.95 

9.50 4.46 

3.00; 3.00 


3.00 
12.00 

2.00 
40.89 
17.00 
35.00 
21.76 
10.00 

9.00 


2.50 
38.75 

1.00 
79.67 
27.00 
25.00 
21. 60 

9.00 

5.00 


""sroo 

2.00 
20.01 
8.00 
6.50 
3.60 
3.52 
1.50 


1. 00 

1.50 

"I'MV.V.'.'. 

5. 53 

5.00 

3.00 

3.57. 

1.50 


10.00 


New Friendship 

Oak Hill 


G. W. Reid 




72. 25 






9.00 


Orphanage 

Pine Meeting House- 
Pi nev Grove 


G. P. Harrill 

S. D. Swaim 

Henry Sheets. 


81 
21 


425. 57 
89.53 
124.50 


Reed's Cross Roads.. 

Rich Fork 

Stoner's Grove 


S. D.Swaim 

G. P. Harrill 

Jeff. Lanning 


7 
4 
3 


69.79 
40.05 
24.00 


Taylor's Grove 

Tliomasville 


Jeff. Lanning 




50 
129 


3. 00 .50 

66 -31 28. 12 


1 50 
71. 22 


2.50 
35.15 


.50 
2.00 


1. 00 

6.00 


9.00 


G. P. Harrill 


3 
183 


206. 80 


Total 


045 


358. 28 179. 33 


405.55 


360. 17 


93.13 


59.93 


1456.39 








1 







LI B E RT y-D UCKTO W N— 1906. 














W. D. Hogsed 


1 


160 150 
52; 25 

130 37 
62 40 




1 






























T. W.Crowder 

D Barker 


— - 
















Boiling Springs 

Brown Hill 




1 






_. 






\V. S.Simonds 

W.S. Kiusey 

B. M. Ledford 

J F McGee 


"15 
21 


40 

38 






1 














,lfi 
















45 fiO 






3.50 
2.00 










3.50 




115 
129 
105 
100 
92 
89 
74 
39 
36 
38 
105 
94 


65 
65 














2.00 


Friendsbip 

Hopewell 


W. A. Revis 

J. F. McGee 

W.C. Hamrick. 

F. R. Carter 

G. F\ Burger 

T. W. Crowder 

W. S.Simonds 


6 
11 

""1 




1 00 










4.63 


67 '2.00 


1 2.35 










4.35 


35 


















i 










Mine City 

Mt. Pleasant 


140 




t 










39 
25 
35 
35 

89 
80 




















1 
















1 










New Prospect 

Notia 


W. S.Simonds 

W. A. Revis 

W.D. Hogsed 


""8 






1 
























Ogreeta 







::::;::: :::.:— 










94 



N. C. BAPTIST STATE COISTVENTION. 



LIBERTY-DUCKTOVVN, 190t)~Continued. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


a 

a 

03 


Church Mem- 
bership. 

Sun. School 
EuroUmenl. 


State 
Missions. 


a 
o 

a CO 


a 

bo OS 

•53 i2 


0) 

so 

5 

o 


a 

So 
2 " 

— S 


a 
< 


C K 

c a 
.a 

3Q 


1 
C 


Persimmon Creek- 


W. D. Hogsed 

W.A. Revis 

W.S.Kirasey 

A. F. Burns 

J. A. Craig 


1.5 75 JO 
18 184 130 

. 68 65 

„- 120 79 
5 109 45 


1 ; 












Pleasant Grove 

Pleasant HIU 1 


S9.30 
9.00 




52.25 
7.50 










S11..55 
12.50 


Pleasant Hill 2 












Shady Grove 




3.00 
5.00 






1 




3.00 


Shoal Creek 


J. A. Craig __ 




TO 
ia5 


.50 
70 
.35 
50 










5.00 


Turtletown 


W.C.Hamrick 

W.S.Simonds 

W. S. Kimsey 














Union _ 




4.50 










4.50 


Zion Hill 




403 
















107 












Total 


2461 


1531 


20.80 


9.00 


19.23 








48.03 















LITTLE RIVER. 



Angier 

Antioch 

Averasbnro 

Baptist Grove, ] 

Bethel | 

Buie's Creek 

Central j 

Chalybeate Springs- 
Cumberland Union .j 

Duke 

Dunn 

Friendship I 

HoUj-Spriiigs I 

Juniper Springs- | 

Lillington 

Macedonia ' 

Monnt Tabor 

Neill's Creek 

New Hill 

Pine Forest 

Piney Grove 

Pleasant Ridge 

Sherwood 

Total 



J. M. Holleman. 

G.T.Mills 

N.H. Gibbs 

C. H. Norris 

H. M. Ingram.— 
J. A.CampbelL 
J. M. Holleman- 

B. G.Early 

B.G.Early 

J. A. Campbell. 
W. R.Cullom. 
B. Townsend- 
B. Townsend. 
B. Townsend 

B. Townsend 

B.G.Early 

D. B. Humphrey 
J. M. Holleman — 

J. M. Holleman 

N.H. Gibbs 

J. L. Martin 



W. M. Page 




MACON. 



Briartown 


A. S. Solesbee 

J. D. Vinson 

W. L. Bradlev 


10 
3 


167 

so- 
les 

142 
155 
114 
138j 
21 
33 
62 
183; 
511 
551 
64: 
46 
152 
112 
93 
144 
97 
61 
180 
63 


53 
64 
66 
46 

123 
95 

170 
73 
80 


2.00 


20.50 


1 


1 




20.50 


Brush Creek 


1 








Burningtown- 




2.00 


2.00 


2.00 
1.50 
1.40 


r 




8.00 


Cartoogechaye.. ._. 


J. L. Kinsland 










1.50 


Clear Creek 


M. P. Alexander 

W. L. Bradley 

F. M. Morgan 


16 
6 
4 


""2."66 


'Too 

2.25 


~ 2."00 








1.40 


Cowee - 








6.00 


Coweta 


1.72 








3.97 


Ellijay 










Franklin 


J. R. Pendergrass— 


5.00 






5.00 








10.00 


Glade Hope 














Highlands -. 






20 
41 

115 
64 
34 
70 
55 
89 
81 
55 

111 
47 
45 

150 
6.5 


1 












lot la 


W. L. Bradley 




1.00 
2.00 


2.00 
1.00 

"Too 


2.5(» 

2.00 

2.92 




:::::::. 








5.50 


Liberty 


W. L. Bradley 

T.J.Vinson 

W. L. Griggs 

T.J. Vinson 


16 

2 

4 


2.00, 






7.00 


Forks of Mid. Creek. 






2.92 


Mouut Hope.. 




1.16 






2.16 


Mountain Grove 











Oak Dale. 


J. L. Kinsland 
















Oak Grove . 


W. L. Bradley 

J. T. Peek 


12 
25 


1.18 


1.50 


2.00 


2.08 








6.76 


Pine Grove 










Pleasant Hill 


J. L. Kinsland . 


"""r7.5 
1.00 


Loo 

'nr.5o 


i.oo 

1.92 


1.00 
3.25 
2.00 








3.00 


Sugar Fork „ 


W.L. Griggs 

A.S. Solesbee 


11 
6 








6.92 


Tellico — 








17.50 


Tesenta 










VVatauga 


W. L. Bradley 

A.S. Solesbee 


24 
11 


2.00 


2.21 
1.00 


3.44 
3.00 


— ^..-1 






9.00 


White Oak Flats — - 


2.00 






6.00 










Total 


147 


2517 


596 


17.93 


50.96 


22.78 


26. .56 






118.23 













ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS. 



95 



MECKLENB QRG-CABARRUS. 



Cliarches. 


Pastors. 


03 

a 

M 


a 

§0. 

o 


_ a 

o a 

CO 


state 
Missions. 


a 



a 
fl.2 

0)—. 


0) 

1 

3 
a 
a 




a 
rf.2 

If 
00 a 

1^ 


< 


Is 

MS 

so 


1 


Arlington. 


C. H. Martin 


17 2-ls' 83 


S5. 00 

5.00 

2.5.00 

377. 13 


'si'oo 
5.00 

5.00 
839.55 


$5.00 

.5.75 

3.80 

9.00 

1,318.25 






85. 00 






108, 83 
.•SO 41 


17. 59 


$1.00 


23 25 


Cold Water 


W.E. Watfeins .... 

W. A. Hough 

H. H. Hulten 

S.N.Watson 

P. H. Pernell 




13.30 


Cornelius 

First Charlotte.. 
First Concord 


5' 9i| 68 
73 718 979 
24 299 280 


! $1.00 

82.38 

1 


1.00 


41.00 
2,617.31 






41 40 
26' m 


36.06 

.5.00 

10.00 

20.00 

25. 00 

3. .50 

4.50 


13.50 
2.00 
5.00 
5.00 
7.00 
2.00 


i6.46 
2.00 
6.00 

20.00 
7.00 
3.00 
4.00 


12 50 


2.60 

1 


74 40 


Eluntersville.- -. . 


W. A. Hough 

W. A. Hough 

J.O.Gillespie 

D. M.Austin 

J. L. Kirk 


2 


2.50 

7.50 

35.00 

15.00 

1.45 

4.00 

14.27 

10.00 




11.50 


Independence Hill._ 


7, (ill 41 
3 172 170 
3 116, 58 
ll 25 35 
6 40;.— 
13 83! 67 




1.00 

2.00 


29.50 
82. 00 


Matthews 


54.00 








9.75 




(J. H. Cronister 

J. L. Bennett 

W.S. Paxton 




1.00 

L_ 


13.50 


Pineville 


14.27 






87 73 
169 190 

,^7; 72 


15.00 

147.92 

5.00 

10.00 


5.00 

115.00 

2. .50 

5.00 


.5.00 

264. 15 

4.59 

10.00 




2.00 

5.30 

1.00 

3.00 

L- 


87.00 


Pritchard Memo . 
Rock Hill 


E. E Bomar 

J. L.Kiik. 


16 
3 


42.72 10.00 

5. 00 

10.00 


585.09 
18.09 


Second Concord. __ 
Union Grove 


W. E. Watkins „„ 

A.W.Wilcox 

W.T.Talbert 

C.H. Martin 


28 117 160 

3 26; 24 

4 40, 82 
6 68! 46 
l! 2ll 46 

31 368 375 
14 60^ 75 

314 3072 .-^IS? 


88.00 


West Concord 

Wilson's Grove 


5.00 


2.50 


5.00 


5.00 


1.00 

.1 


18.50 


Zion 








1 








Ninth Avenue 


L. R.Pruett 

J.C.Gillespie 


44.10 


14.07 


52.16 
1.45 


65.00 
1.25 








175. 33 


North Charlotte 








1 25 




737. 15 












Total 


103212 


1,741.85 


319.82 11-00 


20.23 




3 862 24 























MITCHELL. 



Aaron __ 


C.S. Farthing 




45 
91 
















Bakersville 


L. H. Greene 




130 .5. 06 


2.50 

81.00 

2.50 


2.66 










9.50 


Bear Creek. 


S. M. Greene 

Yates Sparks 


10 


294 106 


87.43 


10.20 








178. 63 


Beaver Creek 




51: 87 










2 50 


Big Meadows 


E. A. Stamey 




31 
65 
















Big Rock Creek 


J. W. Putnam 












1.00 








1 00 


Black Mountain 






75 
















Burleson Chapel 

Cane Creek 


J. C. Sparks 




91 


















S. M. Greene 

J. R. Waycaster 

E. Johnson 


13 


?.'>:^ 


130 


5.00 














5.00 


Chestnut Grove 


2 34 
8 .30 
















Crossnore 




















Cub Creek . 


I. Grindstaflf 




45 
73 

6'^ 


85 


















Elk Park 






















Flat Rock 


J. W. Duncan 






















Fork Mountain 


L. H. Greene 

J. W.Putnam 


8 


1.36 


100 


790 
3.00 


2.05 


2.15 










4 20 


Gouge's Chapel 




45! 

130 _ _ 


.90 








1.80 


Grassy Creek 


S.D.Tipton 














3.00 


Greene Valley 

Liberty Hill 


J.C. Blalock 




75 
70 






4.15 


3.00 








7 15 


S.D.Tipton 




60 


3.00 


4.37 








7.37 


Lilly Branch 


L.H.Greene 




119 87i 5.00 


2.01 










7.01 


Linville 


P. J. Shell „ 


1 


30 


1 












Little Rock Creek. . 


S.D.Tipton 

C.H. McKinney 

J.C.Thomas 

E.Johnson 

A. Sparks 


27 265 


90 


5.00 
2.00 














5 00 


McKinney Cove 


4 64 5.5 
3 1.32! 99 














2.00 


Mine Creek 


3.00 












3.00 


Mt. Pleasant 


10 


113 
















Oak Grove 


51 
99 
16 




















Pleasant Hill 


S. M. Pittman 

I. Griudstaff 


7 


63 


















Red Hill 


















Roan Mountain 


S. M. Gieene 

S. M. Pittman 


1 


171 


85 


5.16 




10.74 










15 84 


Roaring Creek 


57 
123 
35 
82 
130 


100 














Silver Chapel 


J. C. Thomas 

J. W.Putnam 

J. C. Thomas 

L. H. Greene 


1 


144 






1.75 


18.00 








19 75 


Spring Creek 














White Oak 


75 


















Yellow Mountain — _ 


5.00 


1.00 


3.66 










8.00 


















Total 


95 3085'l571 


39.00, 96.42 


118.23 


33.10 








281.75 

























96 



N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



MONTGOMERY— 1906. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


i 
p. 

a 
P3 


s 

O [« 

^■^ 


OS 
s 

X z 

32 


State 
Missions. 


a 



w 

a 
C.2 


ID 
is 

a 

c3 
pC 

a 
i^ 



_ a 
S.2 

So 


a 

§£ 

< 


03 


t 


Blackwood's Chapel 


J.W.Cobb 




40 
43 
25 
93 
15.5 


"36 


2.37 
6.81 


1.00 
2.00 


1.50 
2.41 


2.70 
3.03 


.38 






7 95 


Bethel. 


J.W.Cobb 








14.85 


Beulah Hill 


J. W. Little 












Centei- 

Dover ^ 

Eldorado. 


J. G. Williams 

J. R. Jordan 

W.A.Barrett 


8 
5 


33 


1.00 
5.50 


1. 00 
3.00 


2.66 
5.00 


5.00 
7.00 


2.00 
2.50 


1.00 
LOO 





12.00 
24.00 


F<a-k« of Little River 


K. C. Horner 




74 
40 
64 
76 


40 


5.00 


1.50 


3.00 


5.00 


L&4 


2.00 





18 14 


Haiiier Creek 


H. M. Ingram 

J. R.Jordan 

J. R. Jordan 


3 

1 




Hollj Mount 

Laurel Hill 


42 
66 


2.50 
3.2-1 
2.55 

33.47 
2.50 
2.50 

14 60 
2.00 
2.00 

20.00 
7.86 


1.00 
1.50 
2.50 

18.92 
1.50 
1.50 
6,27 
1.00 
1.00 
8.60 

10.11 


2.50 
1.50 
3.00 

20.78 
2.00 
3.00 

17.75 
1.00 
1.50 

15.45 

11.25 


■ 5. 50 
5.8t 
5.00 

28. 19 
5.00 
5. .50 

12.00 
4.00 
3.00 

20.00 

10.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
4.55 
1.00 
1.00 
26.90 
1.00 
2.00 
5.00 
L95 


8.85 
1.70 
1.00 
.3.27 
1.00 
1.00 
12.25 
1.00 




21.35 
14 79 


Liberty Hill 

Mt Gilead 


G. W. Henderson .. 
K. C. Horner . 


16 


93! 61 
llOi OS 


15.00 
109 15 


Mt. Carniel 

Pleasant Grove 

8lar _. 


D.S.Morton 

J. R.Jordan 

J. VV. Little 

J. G Williams 

J.G. Williams 

K. C. Horner 


2 
6 
4 


91 
53 
ill 
52 
29 
98 
73 


52 
34 
137 
44 

"lis 

40 


13. 00 
14.50 
89 67 


Stonv Fork . ... 


10 00 


Hulphur Springs 


9.60 


Troy. 


3.00 
4.33 




72 05 


Wadeville .„ 


K. C. Horner 


2 
47 


45.50 


Total 


1378 


796 


113.85 


62.40 


93.64 


126. 77 


52.89 


41.40 




481. 45 









MOUNT ZION. 



W.S Olive 

J. W. Wildraan 
I.E. D. Andrews 



Antioch 

Bells.. 

Berea 

Berry's Grove 

Betheden 

Bethel... 

Betliesda 

Bhrlington 

Cane Creek 

Cedar P'ork 

Chapki> Hri^L 

Chapel Hill, West..-. 

Co"l .Sprii g 

DvKHAM. First 

Dukha.ai.Skcono... 

Dt7RHA:«, East 

DuKHA.M, North ... 

Durham, We.st 

" Ebenezer 

Edokmont 

Ephesus 

Grnhnm 

Haw Hiver 

H i 1 1 sboro 

Lystra 

Mars Hill 

Mebane 

Merry Oaks 

Moore's Chapel 

Mount Adar 

Mount f'armel 

Mount Gilead 

Mount Hermon 

Mount Moriah 

Mount Pisgah 

Olive Bran(!h ,. 

Olive Clinpel 

Red Mountain 

Robers-on's Grove . 

Rose of Sharon 

Sandy Level 

Swepsonville , S. W. Oldham 

Yates A. D. Hunter 



J. D. Bruner 

J. C. Hocutt 

J. D. Bovven 

J. D. Bowen 

J.F. MfDuffle ... 
J.F.McDuffle 

O. W.Triplett 

C. A. Upebureh.. 



C.J. Thompson 
W. C. Barrett 
J. W. Downey 
J. M. Arnette 

0. W.Triplett 
W.E. Dunnagan 
G. H. Church 

J. R. Pace. 

S.W. Oldham 
S. W.Oldham. - 

1. E. D. Andrews 
R. B. Lineberry 
I. E. D. Andrews 
Duncan McLeod 
T.C. Singleton... 
R. B Lineberry.. 
Duncan McLeod 
J. C. Hocutt 
J.C. Hncutt... 
J.F.McDuffle 
J.F.McDuffle 
L.M.Hobbs 
W. R. Beach 
W.S.Olive 
J. D. Bowen 
W. R. Beach 
J. F. Crisp.. 
J. R. Pace 




Total 423 7005 .5757, 1791. .55 143994 2136.23 1 174. 53 328. .W 258. 29,175.38 7604.47 



ASSOCIATIOITAI. STATISTICS. 



97 



NE USE- ATL ANT IC— 1906. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


a ' 

.2 

p. 
a 

m 


Uhurcn Mem- 
bership. 

Sun.Scbool 
Enrollment. 


a 

o 

3Q 


w 

a 
2 

ii 


Foreign 
Missions. 


a 

p. 

o 


_^ a 


a 

Sc.2 
< 


1§ 

32 


1 

o 




T H King 


19 
14 
2 

1 


123 59 
34 61 

SS 50 
38; 45 
46: 28 
93 116 


5106. 30 

6.00 

35.00 

2.25 

5.00 


S27.05 
1.00 
5.00 
3.00 
LOO 


$37.25 

3.00 

20.00 

4.00 

LOO 


S77. 76 
2.00 
28. 13 

iroo 

25. CO 


f 22. 50 

1.00 

10.00 

5.00 

.60 


S8.00 
2.00 
4.00 


S6.00 

'Too 


5284. 86 


Atlantic 

Ayden 

Bay boro 


E. C. Andrews 

T.H.King 


15.00 
105. 13 


J A Heilig 


14.25 




1.00 




9.60 








25.00 


Capernaum 


I.N.Henderson ... 


.... 


50 
34 
32 


34 


5.00 


LOO 


LOO 


2.00 


i.oo 


i.oo 


ILOO 


Christian Hope 


J.B.Olive 

W.G.King 


4 




2.50 
2.00 
37.65 


.63 

1.50 

28.69 


2'ob 

18.56 


1.00 
1.00 






4.1.S 


18 

108! 78 
22 43 


1.00 


i.oo 


8.50 


Davis' Shore 


W. G. Hall 


1 


8.00; 1.00 


2.00 




95.90 




W G King 




8 
26 




















T.H.King . 

E.C.Andrews 

T.J Hood 


"19 

25 

6 


4^ 
















Enon Chapel 


1601 23 

116 71 
66! 77 
14 71 

360; 220 
67, 112 
95 82 

247 125 
53 51 


15.00 
15.00 
37.50 


5.00 
3.50 
2L50 


5.0C 
5.00 
17.00 


10.00 5.00 
8.00 3.00 
12.00 2.5( 


2.00 

3.00 2.00 

5.001 2.00 


42.00 
39.50 


Fort Barnwell 


W.G.King 


87.50 


GoLDSBOEO, First.. 


W. F.Fry 

T H King 


17 


165.00! 75.00 
17. 50; 10.00 


200.00 
12.50 


190. To 
10.50 


30.00 

1 


15.00 


15.00 


690. 10 
50.50 


Goldsboro', Bryan St. 


T J Hood 


80 
11 
2 
6 
1 
6 
11 


1 








C.G.Wells 


189.72; 63.82 

25.00: 7.50 

1.50 LOO 

6.00| 2.00 

7.00 2.00 

107.40 40.40 
5.00 1.00 
1.50 L50 
4.50 1.00 


140. 55 
13.25 
LOO 
2.00 
3.00 
4L19 
2.50 

L50 

159 15 

5.00 

1.00 

3.00 

3.0C 

15.00 

3.50 

8.5C 

5.0C 

1 


98.811 3.05 
41.00; 5.00 
1. oO: . 50 
3.00| 3.00 
3.00, 2.0G 
103. 21 316. 87 
5.00 2. 50 


4.80! 20.00 


520.75 


Macedonia 

Marshallberg 

Maysville 


T.H.King 


rso 

1.50 
2.00 
2.00 


2.00 
.50 


93.75 


T.J.Hood 

W.G.Hall 

W. L.Bilbro 

R.D.Cross 


16 
15 
39 

201 
11 
13 
24 

296 
42 
18 


61 
83 
23 

228 
48 
16 
27 

165 
36 


6.50 
17.50 
19.00 
611.07 


Mt. Calvary 


T.J.Hood 


1.00! l.OC 


18.00 


J.B.Olive 


2 


1.5C 
3.0C 









4.50 


Mt. Nelson 


.5C 


1.00 

"iroo 

LOO 
1.00 
2.00 
4.00 
1.50 
1 2.00 
2.00 


"'iroo 
'Too 

.50 
1.00 


14.50 


New Been 

New Hope 


W. A. Ayers 

W. P. Campbell.... 
J A. Heilig 


18 
5 
2 
1 
9 


222. 41 

29.15 

13.00 

6.00 

5.00 

24.00 

8.50 

25.18 

10.00 


[199. 49 
5.00 
2.00 
3.00 
2.00 
8.25 
6.00 
3.00 
5.00 


239. 54; 1. IS 

21.00 2.0C 

2.00, LOC 

2.00; 

2.00, l.OC 
10. OO 2.0C 

11. oo; l.OC 

17.60: 2.0C 
2.00 4.0C 


821.77 
65.15 
20.00 


Piney Grove 

Plney Grove 

PoUocksvUle 


W. L.Bilbro 

E. C. Andrews 

W. L. Bilbro 


65 1 56 
70| 30 
60 38 
26, 46 
54 66 
48 44 
39 25 


15.00 
15.00 
65.25 


Sandy Bottom 

Seven Springs 

Smyrna 

Snow Hill 


W.P. Campbell. 

W. P. Campbell--.. 
W, G.Hall 


2 
15 
3 


32.00 
59.28 
28.00 






Spring Hill 

Spring Garden 

Swansboro 

Taberxacle 


J B.Olive 


2 
2 
6 

6 


20 
41 






_ 




I 






W.G.King 


3(1 


10. OC 
20. OC 
25. OC 
7.5C 
5.0C 
18.28 
5.O0 


2.00 
5.00 
2.5. OC 
l.OC 
l.OC 
4.16 
LOC 


' L5C 
■ 5.0C 
59. 8C 
1.5C 
LOC 
6.15 
L5C 


5.00 i.oc 

i 10.00 l.OC 

1 102.00 5.0C 

1.50 2.0C 

2.00' 


)' 2.00 
3.00 
) 5.00 
) 3.00 
1 LOO 
), 2.00 


1.00 



"iroo 


22.50 


E.C.Andrews 

J. J. Douglass 

W. L.Bilbro 


14l! 136 
71 J 80 

21 j 70 
26 55 
45 77 
24 34 
32 41 


44. 00 

221.80 
15.50 


Truitt 






10.00 


Union 


W. P. Campbell 

J A Heilig 


2 


! 6.0( 



) 2.0C 


39.72 
7.50 


Woodviile 






1 




i 










303 


3310 








1 






Total . 


2953 


1,236.31 


576. 9£ 


811.01 


1,070.15 441. 2( 


) 87. 3( 


.58.00 


4. 281. 01 






1 


1 









NEW 


FOUND, 1906. 














Antioch 






38 
49 
61 




















Bear Creek 


T.J.Graham 

L. P. Hall 


17 
2 










2.00 
1.00 








2 00 


Beulah 




1.00 
2.00 












2 00 


Big Pine 


P. T. McAfee 


64 






2.00 








4 00 


Bluff 


E.R.Treadway ... 

P. T. McAfee 

W. T. McFalls 

B. B. Plemmons 

P. T. McAfee 

C. C. Clubb 


5 
11 
20 


30 
74 

5S 
















Caney Fork 





.50 






2.00 








2 50 


Corinth 














Ebenezer. _ _ 


4 36 




i.oo 






2.00 
5.00 
1.27 
5.00 








3 00 


Flats of Spring Creek 
French Broad 


35' 194! _. _ 


2.00 












7 00 


5 

8 


100 
















1 27 


Hot Springs 


R.H. Hipps 

B. B. Plemmons 


37 
52 
57 





1.00 












6 00 


Jones' Valley 














Laurel Fork 


P. T. McAfee 


7 





1.00 






2.00 









3.00 



08 



N". C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 





NEVk' FOUND, 


1906— Continued. 












Churches. 


Pastors. 


1 
P. 


Church Mem- 
bership. 

Hun. School 
Enrollment. 


00 

5 

33 


00 

O 


a 
fl.2 
•II 


<B 
M 

OS 

a 

a 

o 


d 
•S.2 

li 

K 3 


■OS 

< 


§2 

02 


t 
O 


Lillle Pi lie Creek 


P. T. McAfee .. 


5i . 






1 


. 






L'lslis' Chapel 


E. K. Tread way 


140 


82.00 




.. 1 85. 00 








87.00 


Meadow Pork 


E. H .It 

B. B. Plemnious 

('. E. Jers'is 

R. H.Hipps 

T. .I.draljam 

L. .1. Bailey 

<;. E.JfTvis 

('. E. [ervis . 

M. A.(i .f .rth 

1 '. C. C u «b 


1 

17 


69 


-1. 














Mt. Pleisml 


69 _ . 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 






2.00 








3 00 


New Found 


—J 109.... 
31 210 .... 












1.00 


N. F. of Ki r Pine 






5.00 








6 00 


Paynes' Chapel 


14 


6S . 
















Pmey Gr -ve 


H 
2 
6 


6S.. . 









1 








Round Hill 


16 ... 
















TurkHV Creek 


130 

21 . 

65 . . 


1.00 






3.00 






4.00 


Bh «h1 Hill 








Union . 


. ....... 




Zion 


J. IX CI ley 




48 . 

76 . 


1.00 
1.00 






2.00 
2.00 
6.51 








3.00 


Zioa Hill . 


C. E. Jervis 















3.00 


Collected at Ass 


ociatiou 




4.50 












11 04 




















Total 


2.U 1996 .... 

1 


21.00 






47.81 


1 ! 


68:81 















886.93 was raised for Associalioual Missionary. 8196.05 contributed by eleven churches, but objects are 
not bpecifled. 

PEE DEE. 



Ansonville. 


A. R.raiKlte 


7 .39 36 


5. Si! »fi-00 


*7..50 


7.O0L....J 


«2. 00 


28.31 


Br .wn Creek 


A. B. Candle 


6 9S 60 


23.08 15.00 


18.75 


11. 00; 82.00 


4.00 


73. .S3 


C irMedsre's Creek — 


1. K. .McDayid 


10 62 ....1 


3.00, 1..50 


2 00 


4.00 


1.00 


1.50 


13.00 


Cedar lir^ive 


CI. K'ack 


17 117 50 


5.00 2.00 


.5.00 


15.00 


.80 


2. 00 


29.80 


Deep Creek 


G.O. Willi.. it 

A. B Candle 


21 J.)« 59 
4 72 45 


8. 50 5. .50 
9.00 5.20 


15. 00 
14.86 


11.00 
11.00 


"l.'oo 


•I. 00 

2.00 


44.00 


Gum Spring.s 


47.06 


HA.MI.Ef 


E. K. Harri.s 


2 70 100 


42.91' 27.25 


B8.87 


26.00 


10.00 


.5.00 8.5.00 


185. 03 


Lauriril)ur5 


W.H. Whitehead.. 
J. L. Shiiiii 


2 75 30 
4 141 81 


60.(10 27. .52 
19.06 11.79 


70.30 
2;^. 26 


41.86 
22. 13 


16.60 
1.75 


10. 00 5. 00 
2. .50 


220. 68 


Lllesville- 


83.49 


Mineral Spring.s 


C. H. Marl in 


3 26 .. 1 


8. .50 4.25 


4.75 


.5.00 


1.00 


5. 00 


2.S..50 




.1. L Shinn 


1 76 50 
13 89 51 


16. .0, 5.00 
6.00 1..50 


12. .50 
3.75 


10.00 
6.fi0 


2.00 


6. :6 

2. 50 


52. 16 


Mount Beulah 


A. B. Caudle 


19.75 


Polklon 


•..I. Black 


- 1 60 60 


8.00 12.50 


9.00 


5.50 


1 


1.75 


36.75 


Piea-ant '-rove, R... 


I. E. Me David 


2 81 56 


12.00 5. .50 


8.00 


16. .50 


1 


1.50 


4.3. .50 






1 48 35 


2.00, 2.50 
3.U0, 2.00 


2.00 
3.(M) 


3.00 
4.. TO 


.50 


1.00 

. 40 


11.00 


Peach'and 


T. P. I,inle.... 


4 71 40 


13.00 


R(v1 Hill -. 


(i.O. Wilhoit 

Josiali (Jiudup 


4 118 40 
8 237 130 


9.00 2. .50 
51.45 38. ^0 


7. .50 
23.80 


7.00 
59. 75 


i.oo 


2. 00 

2. .50 4.36 


29.00 


Rockingham 


183.66 


R.xkv .M.-nnt 


A.C. Davis 


4 92 25 


-6.35 4.00 


5.00 


4. .50 


J. 00 


I.OO 


21.85 


Kn<l<y Hiver 


R. !>. Ke'fern 


1 51 40 


3.(M); 1.50 


4.25 


6..S6 





1. 00 


16. .52 


Roberdel 


I.E. M. David 


.— 77 41 


^. 521 6. 20 


2.47 


8.90 


1 


2. 09 


2.S.0O 




J.W. C-bb 

1. E. McDavid 


13 S4 10 
35 135 KH) 


13.00 2. .50 
9.00 5.00 


3.00 
7.(X) 


6.00 
8. .50 


1.00 
1.00 


1.00 

2.00 


26..5fi 
32. 50 


Steele's Mills 


Sprins Hill 


\V. H.Whuthead.. 


18 111 70 


89.12. 32.50 


75.00 


50.58 


15.00 


1,50 


269.70 




J.W.C.bb 

T. W. ChamblUs 


2 18 ..1. 
15 386 320 

196 2608 1565 














WADESB )K0 


188.29, 82.50 


167.50 


82.60 


.30.00 


15.00 


565. 79 


Total 


603.09 313.41 

1 


561. 14 


411.53 


89.6c 


85.41 14.36 


2081. 69 









PIEDMONT. 



Buchanan 


F.W.Shaw 




18 31 


5.00 


i.no 


1.00 


2.00 1 2.2.5 




11.25 




.1 \. Barrett 


.... 


69 81) 
27 30 


12. .50 
9. 95 
10. (K) 
10. 00 
8.09 


2.00 
2.00 
2.00 
2.00 
2.00, 


6.00 
2.00 
2.00 
.5. .50 
6.00 


21 00 I.OO 1.00 
2.00 1.00 1.00 
2.00 3.00 2.00 
5.25 1.00 1.00 
6. 00, 2. 00 2. 00 


I.OO 
I.OO 

'Ton 

1.00 


47. ,50 


Cedar Falls 


F.W.Shaw 


18. 95 


Central Falls 


F. W.Sbaw 




41 
41 

62 


"so 

113 


21.00 


Fairview. 


F. H.. Jones 

C. C. Hay more 


'"'6 


2.5.75 


Gibson vi lie 


27.00 


Grkknsboro 












1 




1 1 






FlKST 


H.W. -"at lie 


43 


4.581 125 


3.50. 00 .528. 79 


32.5.00 


.3.50.00 ,30.00 .3.5.00 


5.00 


1623.79 


ASHB'.KO St 


A.(;. Hami.y 


26 112 \m 


128.71 


5:{. 13 


.56. 2S 


7.".. 00 lO.O-j .30.17 


5.00 


359.04 


FOKK.ST AV'K 


C. E. .Maddry 


4 J 1.52 331 


100.00 


74.11 


20.S. 1 1 


124.47 10.00 10.10 


5.34 


5.32.03 


Walnct .St 


W.U.Strickland .. 


3, 119 195 


41.76 


48. 62 


25. 39 


15.25, 1 




131.02 


High Point 








1 




1 1 






First 


0. L. Powers 


48 271 205 


89. 19 1 8.5. .56 


272.14 


129. .39 1.5.00 




691.28 


GREKN STREET.. 


Thos. Carrick 


33 


325 


2;i8 


40.00 


17.68 


50.00 


112.46 5.00 5.00 


2.00 


232. 14 



ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS. 
PIEDMONT-Continued. 



99 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


i 

"S. 

33 


3Q 


C 


X 


i 

c 
oj So 


S 
C.O 

MM 

ii 


0) 
C3 

a 
cs 

Si 

P< 
5 




'P. M 

< 1 


If 

X 


if 

1 I 


Li beriy 

Miicedimia 

Moon^'s Cbapel 

im Zion 


J.W.R..well 

J. A Hackney 

J. L. Barrett 


4 
17 
4 


29 
46 
108 


35 
62 
126 
94 
55 
219 
262 
50 
35 
46 


8.5.00 r2.00 

5.00 1.00 

13.35 1134 

33.00 7 75 


13.00 
1.00 
7.93 

16.45 
5,00 

16. 1!) 

16.5.00 

6. .^0 

LOO 

1.47 

15.00 
........ 


57. ,50 SI.qO S2.00 
1.54 .671 1.00 
22.68 1.00 2.00 
10 20 


«1.00 
LOO 

"Too 

5.00 
1.00 

"I.'oo 


$J1..50 ■ 

10.21 

61.30 , 

67.10 

84.79 • 
144.17 ■• 
413.09 

25. .50 : 
6. .50 .. 

3.5.97 . 

42.25 . 
2.70 •; 


Ple<tsaiit Grove 

Riin>eiir_ 

Keidsville 

Riirtiu 

Sandy Creek ... 

yuriiint-rfleid 

IVorthrille 

Cross H .ads 

Pom. .11 1 H 


W. H. Kller 

J. B. Ri.-li-.rdson .. 

William Hedley 

K. H. Jones 

W. H. Kiler 

H.^nrv Sheets 

W.H.E ler 

J. n. Hackiiev 

K. L. Kiddler 

.J.M.Trogden . . 


5 .^,f) 

38 147 

4 304 

7, 42 

..-.1 Hi 

1 95 

I 80 

22 24 

26 36 


20.00 
22.00 
80.00 
7.00 
1.50 
17.00 
13.00 
2.70 


.5.00 
10.-16 
40.00 
3. 00 
1.00 
.5.00 
3.00 


49, 15 2. 23 
80. .52 5. 00 
88.09 20.00 
5.00 1.00 
2.00 1.00 
6.30 .8.00 
7.23 1.00 


3.41 
3.00 
1.5.00 
2. 00 

"W.m 

2.00 


Revoluti .11 1i 

White Oak \ 




15 

8' 


50 
117 

091 


2.80 
2.00 






.85 








3.65 ;,' 

2.00 . 


W.H. Strickland __ 














372 27981 

1 1 




j j 






Total 


1029. 46 


101046 


1197.96 


1129.10114.65 

1 


122.83 


37.34 


4041.80 •: 












PILOl' 


MOUNTAIN. 










Ayersville 


J. B. Johnson 

R. Af. Crews 

J. A. ,J..yce 

J. A. Jo\ ce . .. . 


1' 4fi' 


56 
(.0 
65 
49 

131 
58 
84 
49 
34 
79 
33 

195 

107 
34 
42 

178 
99 
85 

224 
4h 
66 
52 

125 

27b 
63 
84 

111 
58 
64 
79 
41 
39 


.5. 00 


""3.'o5 


i.on 

3.SL 

4.00 


1 1 
1 




6.00 '.' 
21.. 30 1 
22. .50 ■ 

2.00 
14.34 '■ 

5 00 II 


Beck's 

Beaver Island 

Bethel ._ . 


5 
11 


87, 
98 

i 


12. 98 

10. 00 
2. 00 
6.00 
2.00 

21.00 
3.UU 

10.00 


" 3."00 


8.00 

2.50 






Brim's (^irove . _ 


J.T.Smiib 


5 




1.03 


7.31 






Brown Mountain. _ 


C. W. Glidewcll- 

C. C. Havmore 

C. W. Glide well. — 


10 78 
2 127 
.— 23 
7| 73 
3; 28 
2i 5i 
68 115 
13 218 


3.O1 
11.17 
2.0c 

3. Of 
7.1.5 




Clemino.sville 

Comer's Cliapel 
Dan Valley _ ... . 




7.45 
1.30 

2.60 

2.00 

3.75 

133.95 


. 

"1^06 
2.50 






39.(12 
7.30 
12. .50 ■ 
15.00 '■; 
19. .52 ■ 
17 45 


Deep Spring . 




10 00 

10.37; 

10.00 .3.70 
30. 00 9. 50 




1 




Ellisl)oro 


VV. H.Wilson 

C.C. Havmore. . 
W.H. Wilson 






FLU R-'-k 


1 




Friendsliip _. 


9.85 4.37 






187.67 . 


Genua n ton 




64 
86 
69 

i'O 

37 
209 
72 
64 
5:^ 
118 
283 

6!) 

311 
60 
.57 
48 
64 
59 
40 
1 


7.55 

2.00 

20.00 

6. 73 








G.od Will - 


C.\V.Glidewell„_- 

C. ( '. Aningtou 

A. L. Belts 

R. D, Hay more 

G. C. Duncan 

T C. \I vers . . 


"I4 

""5 
11 
14 


' 




j 1 




7 55 


Indian Grove 






2. 65 1 






K- rners\ ille 

King's 


7.16 


6.86 

"i46."30 
8.00 


20.18 3.00 
2.85 1.00 

74. 26 -27. 65 
4.20 4.00 

1 


1.00 


5s: 20 
10 58 


Le.aksvtlle 

Lewis\ ille 


105. 66 142. 78 
16 20 8.78 




5.52 


502. 17 ■ 
41.18 ' 


^Macedonia 


.I.T. Kirk 


1 




Madison 

May.. da 11 

Mt. Airy 

Mt Hermoa 

Ml. Oil vet 

Mi.T bor.. 


W. H. Wilson 

W. H.Wilson 

.1. I<;.Suiiib 

T. I". Keat..n 

J.T.S ni(h 

R.W. Crews 

T. I '.Myers 

J. A.. Joyce 

R. W. Ciews 

R.W. Crews. 


6 
2 

5!) 
9 
1 
1 

28 


26 60, 8. 45 
27. 00, 4. 48 

59.60, 2,><.30 
7.15 3.08 
16. OU 6. 25 


18.50 
6. 35 

23.40 
4.28 
8.80 


16. .50 5.00 

40.75 i.oa, 

93.71 

12. 9J ' 

16.20 7.45 

2 22 1 





205.01 
27. .50 , 
55. 00 •■ 

2. 22 .'■ 

7. .50 .' 

7. 25 

8.00 

18.04 •; 

5.50 ; 


NfwH.thel. 


3. .50 

5.00 

4.(10 

i 6.55 

\ 5.00 




4.00 1 

1.25 1.00 

4.00 

11.49 

.50 




Oak Giove . 




1 


Oak Level 







Oak Ridge 


Olive tirove 


P. Oliver 








Peter's Civtk . . „. 








:::::::: 


Pilot M.iuntain . . 


R. D. Hay more 


11 


146 
69 


142 


7.00 








2.00 






9.00 


Proviileiice _ .. . 








1 




Red Bank. 


J.T.Smith.. . .. 


9 


87 


60 
120 
77 
107 
364 
59 
46 
85 


7.00 1.78 
10.00 4.00 
15. 67 4. 49 
34.06 38. 15 
60.83 .53.20 

5.00 1.00 


1.78 
1.5.00 
20.00 
28. 45 
38.73 

4.45 


3 00 






Sbaron 


F.H.Jones 

J.L.Barrett 

A. L. Belts 

C. B. Austin 

T.CJ.Kealon 

J.W.Simmons 

O.J Martin 


12 118 

17 79 

6 140 

15 297 

2 55 

....i 46 

2 57, 

1 i 


10.00 4.01 
11.67 .T 0( 




43 111 


Sbiloh. 






.5ti.>:', 
129. 4S 
18.'. 76 

11 45 


Sou ihmde 

Spray 

Stoneville 


6. 1-. 

20. or 

LOC 


6.66 
10.00 




6.04 




Sulphur Springs 


1 1 :::::: 






Union Hill 


2.00 




1 


1 




2.00 


Valley 






1 




Walkertown 

Wa 1 11 u t Ci )ve 

Wanght'.wu 


W. H.Wilson 

W. H.Wilson 

A. L. Belts 


12 45 

-.-1 71 
5 ItiV 


60 
.52 
261 

97 
165 
600 


5. 00 

10.00 2.21 
40.00 14.62 
10. 00 5. 57 
40.00 30.00 
393.19 409.51 


9.46 

.5.00 

31.84 

8.68 

146. 40 

1116.63 


16.90 

5. 00 2. 60 

66.68 10.00 4.77 
10.00 

26.5.28 1 

60.5.97 ' 




31.36 
24.81 
167.91 
31.25 
481. 6S 
2, .552. 20 


Wesi field 

Winston, RroadSt. 
Winston, b'lKsx 


J.T Smith 

A. W. Setzer 

H. A. Brown 


36 
14 
60 

488 


145 
132 

670 


Total 


5232 


5129 


1089 54 7Sft 01 


1830. 39 




5.52 


5227. 88 












> 





100 



N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



RALEIGH. 









s> 


n® 








<B 


a 
■3.2 




O 00 








w 


^ n, 


Op 


n 


a 


a 






oa 




Churches. 


Pastors. 


S 

P. 




.a- 

!■! 


.9 
IS 





bfiOQ 


S 
d 
S3 
Q. 


w 3 






3 

o 






PQ 


O 


30 


32 


td 


ta 


O 


^ 


<: 


02 


H 


Apex 

Bethlehem 


L.M. Hobbs 




14? 


156 


S59.16 


S56. 31 


S10.80 


$60. 94 814. 09 


85.25 


54.00 


8240.55 


J.S. Hagwood 

J. L. Martin. 


1 


62 
32 
50 
154 


45 
54 
119 
ISO 


1..50 
5.00 

54."55 


2.00 
2.00 
1.00 

78.5.5 


2."00 

■""eo.'oo 


1.50 

5.00 

1.00 

84.32 








5.00 






1.75 


.'70 


15.75 




J. S. Hagwood 

W.R. Beach 


h 


2.70 


Gary 


5.66 


10.00 


4.00 


296.42 


Collins Grove 


D. D. Edwards 


4 


102 


82 


4.33 


5.20 


7.60 


5.60 2.00 


. 70 


25.48 


Ephesus 


J. L. Martin 


2 


58 


101 


4.60 


7.30 


2.60 


3.00 


2. 00 1. 00 


20.50 


Fayetteville St.. 


P. G.Elsom 


59 


208 


234 


80.00 


23.16 


52.00 


35.00 5,00 


3.00 2.00 


200.16 


Fuquay Springs 


J. L. Martin 


4 


a^ 


81 


5.00 


6.0Q 

5.00 

35.00 

10.25 


13. 00 


10. 00 2. 00 


2.00 


37.06 




Erskine Pope 

J. A. Campbell 

J. D. Bowen 


2 
3 
17 


68 
240 
127 


bo 

244 
96 


8. .50 
85.00 
17.00 


2.50 

100.00 

9.75 


3.50 

70.78 






19.50 


Green Level 


11. o6 


5. 66 5. 56 
3. 07 


311.78 


Good Hope 


10. 00 


50.08 


Hepzibah 


A. A Pippin 


21 


223 


118 


9.99 


20.00 


10.00 


22. 95 5. 00 


4. 40 


72.34 


Holly Springs 

Inwood 


W. S. Oiive 


11 
6 


197 
110 


97 

78 


40.07 
16.00 


16.90 
10-00 


35.10 
10.00 


37. 50 6: 90 
19.21 4.00 


12. 20 5. 25 
3.00 


153.92 


J. L. Martin 


62.21 


Knight's Chapel 


A. D. Hunter 


9 


98 


148 


8.00 


3.00 


5.00 


10. 00 2. 00 


2. 50 2. 00 


32. .50 


Leesville 


W.R. Beach 


5 


89 


87 


12.00 


12.00 


19.00 


26.50 2.00 


5.00 3.00 


79.50 




J. S. Hagwood 




28 
157 


86 
109 


1.00 
25.00 


1.00 
2.5.00 


1.00 
25.00 


1.75 

25. 00 5. 00 


"5^66 "3.'66 


4.75 


Morrisville 


A. D. Hunter 


(J 


113.00 


Mt. Hermon ... 


W.R. Beach 


7 


126 


65 


20.00 


2.5.00 


100.00 


30.00 2.00 


6.74 2.00 


185. 74 


Mt. Olivet. 


S. C. Hilliard 


19 


8.5 


52 


3.00 


3.00 


3.00 


3.00 


2.00 1.00 


15.00 


Mt.Zion 


J. S. Hagwood 


2 


54 


66 


14.00 


7.00 


4.00 


2.00! 2.00 


16.00 2.00 


47.00 


Pilot 






56 
72 


56 
.35 


5.00 
7.40 


2 50 
6.32 


2.50 
5.97 


6.78 
6.15 






16.78 


Pleasant Grove 


E. M. Lassiter 


4 




25. 66 


51.50 


Reedy Creek 


Worley Creech 


2 


73 


57 


3.00 


3.00 


3.00 


3.00, 1.00 


1.00 1.00 


15.00 


Salem 


R. S.Stephen.son — 




198 


lo8 


14.16 


18.03 


2.3.78 


12.85 8.09 


12. 87 -75 


90.54 


Shady Grove 


L. M. Hobbs 


4 


90 


68 


33.17 


23. 48 


32.57 


21.7ll 2.93 


5.20 6.05 


125. 11 


Swift Creek 


J.L.Martin 


o 


129 


75 


3.00 


3.00 


4.00 


10. 00 


2. 16 2. 00 


24.16 




D. D. Edwards 





42 


45 




1.00 


1.00 


1.00 


.70 


3.7« 


Tabeknacle 


J. C. Massee 


45 


1015 


!.>«) 


269. 91 


166. 49 


1024. .37 


2.50.70 25.00 


25.00 74.89 


1836.36 


Wakefield 


J.M.Hilhard- 




145 


92 


12.50 


10.00 


15.00 


25.00 10.00 


5. 00 3. 00 


80.50 






246 




Total 


4291 


5065 


816. 84 


583.49 


1607. 46 


805.74115.01160.56128.99 


4218.09 















ROBESON. 



Antioch 

Ashpole 

Back Swamp 

Bear Swamp — . 

Berea 1i 

Bethany 

Beulah .-.. 

liig Branch 

Bloomujgdale 

Cedar Grove 

Centerville 

Clybonville 

East LumbertonH... 

Ephesrs 

Fair Bluff 

Hebron 

Hog Swamp 

Long Branch 

Luviber Bridge 

LUMBERTON 

Maxtmi 

Mount VA\m 

Mount Moriah 

Mount Zion 

Oakdale 

Oak Grove 

Oak ton 

Parklnn 

Pembroke 

Pleasant Grove 

Pleasant Hill 



A.H.Porter 


12 


J. B. J ackson 


13 


J.B.Jackson 


3 


J.G. Blalock 


35 


J. M. Fleming 


3 


F. A. Prevatt 




J M Flemino^ 




I. P. Hedgpeth 


4 


R. A.Hedgpeth. 


6 


W. L. Brinson 




E.A.Paul. 


18 
4 


R. A. Hedgpeth 


J. M. Fleming 


lo 


J. VV^Cobb 


14 


S.B.Wilson . 


27 


E.A.Paul 




R. A.Hedgpeth.... 


13 


I. P. Hedgpeth 


14 


E.J.Harrell 


37 


C. H. Durham 


25 


S. L. Morgan 


3 


M. A. Stephens 


35 


R. N. Cashwell 




J.J.Scott 


7 


W.C.Wallace 




R.N. Cashwell 


>■ 


K. Barnes 


4 


E.J.Harrell 


34 


F. A. Prevatt 


3 


W.^V^ Willis 


11 


J.B.Jackson . 





227 



3.50 239 

287 235 

379 96 

20 47 

33 18 

57 45 

245 150 

109 110 

32 



123 
56 
83 
92 
147 
37 
1.33 
200 1.52 
209' 219 
277 297 
51 i 65 
248 101 
58 65 
67 
49 
67 
58 
82 
44 
40 
59 



110 

92 
38' 
92' 
136 
.511 
104 
135 



3. 47! 2 25! 

200. 00 156. 30 

70.00. 30.52 

41.30, 27.99 

6. 3:3 2. 80 

5. 00 5. 00 

9. 061 8. 41 

112.62, 72.90 

24.34 8.47 

2.12' 3.39 

40.00; 19.00 

8.51! 6.50 

14.26 13.01 

9. 80! 1. 75 

1.66 23.51 

5.00 2.00 

9. 10 6. &5 

24.79 29.39 

60.00 38.55 

300. 00 278. 68 

58.93 18.6 

35. 00 5. 33 

21.971 2.60 

4.34! 6.23 

10.19 13.27 

2.46 

27.22 16.05 

33.88 17.19 

5. 15 2. .50 

16.71 4 00 

41.98 22.33 



5.12 

158. 42i 

45, 17j 

39.211 

2.10 

2.50. 

8.74! 

119. 05 

27. 07 

2.39 

20.00 

13.45 

28.60 

l.Oo 

4.47 

2.00 

7.35 

31.30 

142. 46 

327. 15 

7. 93 

2.3.07 

2.60 

6.63 

13.27 

3.88. 

22.90 

5.5. .52 

2.50 

3.40 

27.43, 



2.25 
65.24 
54.81 
26.00 

8.74, 



2. 18 
10.00 
10.00 
13. 15 

1.55 



9.26 
47. 171 

7.18 

.80 

15.00 

2.60 
47. 95 

5.00. 
17. 03 

4.00. 

2.25. 
35. :36 
40.00 
727,37; 
2.5.00. 
5.3. 75 

6.73.. 
17. 62 

5.04. 

"9.00; 
30.36. 

2.36. 

5.6O; 
14.83 



10.00 
8.63 

12. 85 . 
3.07 



5.00, 
1.45 



1.15 



1.82 
42. 83 
3.00! 
I.6OI 
6.00' 
1.00 
2.14 

~6.'9i 



3.46. 
4.60. 
3.00 
1.50. 
6.00 
1.00, 
3.27 
4.00 
4.18 
1.00 



11.40: 

Too] 
'ail 



31. 68| 1. 93 
.5.00; 5.39 
26.50, 32.75 



5.00 
26.00 



3.29 
"798 



5.00 
'ir02 '. 



2.67 



2.00 



3.02. 



7.73 I. 

5.00 5.00, 



2.00 



18.04 

604. 96 

150.58 

160.50 

25.74 

12.50 

40.75 

329.17 

84.46 

11.86 

111.00 

33.06 

Hi. 67 

21.55 

57.79 

14.00 

25.55 

154.44' 

296. 40 

1718. 45 

110. 53 

118.11 

33.90 

36.82 

41.77 

6.34 

77.17 

139.97 

12.51 

37.44 

118.57 



ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS. 



101 







ROBESON- 


-Continued 














Churches. 


Pastors. 


a 
p. 


a 

^ a. 

■S3 

O 


_ a 

50 


a 
o 

02 


to 

a 
o 

ii 


CO 

a 


c3 

a 

a, 

o 


c" 
II 


< 


Kg 

02 


i 

o 


Pleasant Hope 

Raft Swamp 

Raeford 


J. M. Fleming 

J. M. Fleming 


1 

7 

1 
11 

2 
6 


41 
207 

60 

85 
118 

78 

62 
101 

75 
137 

67 


48 
79 
98 
35 

119 
38 
57 

125 
46 
81 

139 
98 
IS 


86.82 

40.30 

12.27 

20.00 

105.56 

15.00 

35.00 

57.25 

1.35 

25.41 

40.61 

14.25 

1.00 

3.30 

3.l7 


85.39 
35.18 
11.46 
10.00 
45.84 

2.03 
15.00 
28.60 

2.62 
14.64 

8.94 

"4:7i 
1.00 
3 21 


$2.30 
45.64 

6.59 
10.00 
18.66 

4.11 
20.00 
54.62 

6.07 
24.00 

7."99 
3.00 
1.40 

8.83 
1.71 


$10. 05 

49.67 

37 91 

6.02 

48.71 

"'15^88 

25.00 

4.26 

22. 71 

15.00 

8.95 

3.00 

2.25 

4.00 

2.50 


$1.56 
3.25 
9.63 
1.00 


W.92 

"Too 


fO-75 
6.26 
1.32 
1.25 
5.00 


826.87 
188. 12 
79.18 


Raynham 

Red Springs 


J. B.Jackson 

S. L. Morgan 

0. P. Meeks 

J. B. Jackson 

1. P. Hedgpeth 

P. T. Britt 


49.27 
223. 77 


2.23 
2.00 
12.40 




23.26 


Rowland 

Saddle Tree . 

Singletary'sX Roads 
Spring Hill 


1.74 

5.25 


1.00 
1.20 


90.62 

184.32 

14.30 


R. A. Hedgpeth. 

E.A.Paul. 


13 
20 


3.90l 3.85 
1 -3.58 


ii.50 
10.00 


106.01 
78.13 


Ten mile 


J.W.Cobb 


41 107 


3.4Q 
1.00 




34.59 


Tolarsville 


J.W.Cobb 




46 






8.00 


White Pond.,.. 


R. M. Hilburn 

C.R.Hester 

W. L.Brinson 


5 


70! 28 




5.00 


16.69 


Zion's Hill 


4; 31 
6 151 


25 
41 


1 


13.83 


Zion's Tabernacle 


i.oo] i.48 




13.57 


Total 


444 5169 4154 


1584.52 


103645 


1371.49 


1544. 20'223. 76 147. 66 107. 39 

1 1 1 


6015. 48 













SANDY CREEK. 
















E. D. Pee . 


6 


45 


30 


14.09 17.11 


14.75 


49.70 






L45 


97.10 


Antioch1[ 










Bear Creek 


W. H. H. Lawhon.. 

J. D. Newton 

CL. Dowell 


6 
3 


182 
96 
227 
110 
17 
183 
102 
94 


50 
30 

76 
72 
25 
89 
60 
99 
70 


10. 05 5.00 
5.47 8.00 
6.00 5.00 
5.00 1.00 
5.00 2.00 
9.00 6.00 
43.93 43.64 
36.80 24.80 
5. 00 5. 00 


15.00 
12.27 
5.00 
2.50 
3.00 
10.00 
162. 02 

42.7;s 

5.00 


18.00 
16.48 
9.00 
5.00 
2.50 
32.00 
105. 97 
50.93 
21.33 


2.00 
3.37 






50.00 


Bethany 

Bethlehem . 


1-93 




47.52 
23.00 


Beulah 

Biscoe . 


W.H. H.Lawhon.- 

W. M. Bostic 

W.T. Hurst 

CL. Dowell 

CL. Dowell 


4 

2 
14 

1 


1.00 








14.50 
12.50 


Brush Creek 


4.00 
7.50 
5.00 
2.00 






61.00 


Cameron 


10.00 
5.00 


3.00 


376.06 
165.26 


Cool Spring 

Deep Creek 


W.H.H. Lawhon.. 


6 


94 


38.33 




















2 
1 

15 
3 

7 
2 


26 
29 

153 
29 

276 
25 
37 
9 
51 

163 
96 

118 

201 
78 
68 
76 
55 
54 

115 

166 
63 

180 
88 
27 
16 
75 

149 

158 
46 
52 


93 
33 
94 
32 
84 
55 


i.o5 

5.13 
4.30 
1.64 
7.00 

8.38 


1.00 
3.66 
2.10 
2.17 
4.00 
2.86 


i.oo 

3.00 
5.02 
2.54 
10.00 
4.00 










3.00 


Eagle Springs 

Emniaus 


W. H. H. Lawhon.- 

L. R.Dixon 

J. M. Henly 

J.L.Smith 

T.Y.Seymour 

J.W.Hartsell 


6.00 
17.35 

4.05 
10.00 

7.50 


2.00 






19.79 






28.77 


E phesus 

Fall Creek 


1.22 
2.00 


.80 
""i."75 


.60 
8.12 


13.03 
41.12 


Flat Springs 

Flint Hill 


24.49 


Fork (Jreek 


M.J. Leach 




"45 

85 
75 
55 
28 
15 
45 
29 
30 
50 

108 
51 

265 

146 
40 
65 
67 
65 

lOn 
30 
43 
29 
25 
55 
80 


2.75 1.00 

3.00 3.00 
9.50, 5.00 

5.001 4.00 
17.32 14.03 
15.90: 12.10 

8.06' 5.01 
1. 00: . 50 
15.16 6.69 


i.06 
3.00 
10.00 
3.60 
22.00 
16.00 
4.00 
1.00 
5.23 


2.51 








7.21 


Friendship 


CL. Dowell 

T. Y. Seymour 

L. R. Dixon 

J. M. Haymore 

R.H. Herring 

L. R. Dixon 


4 
5 
5 
5 
11 








9.40 


Gum Springs 

Hickory Mountain.. 
Jonesboro 

Love's Creek 

May's Chapel . . 


9.34 
14.15 
39.33 
20.00 
35.00 

1.75 
14.97 

5.00 
20.00 
20.00 
10.88 

2.00 

100.00 

30.00 

13.40 

3.00 
11.00 

6.00 
21.99 

2.02 

3.50 


7.55 

"6755 
3.00 






41.34 


.85 
2.25 
3.00 


■"ir58 


27.60 
102.01 
71.00 
52.07 


Mechanics Hill 


H. M. Ingram 




.50 
3.00 


1.00 




6.75 


Mineral Spring 

Moon's Chapel 


O.B. Mitchell 

J.L.Smith 

O. B. Mitchell 


2 

2 


45.05 
5.00 


Rock Springs 


i.oo i.06 

11.19; 8.05 
10.00 5.53 

2.00, 1.50 
65. 10 86. 01 
55.60, 43.60 

2.00 4.50 

2. 00 1. 00 
10.00; 6.00 

8.00 2.00 


2.00 
11.66 
15. 00 

2.00 
157. 85 
50.25 

5.50 

3.60 
14.6-> 

3.00 
14.58 

1.50 

2.75 


1.00 
3.00 
3.00 






7.00 


Rocky River 

Sandy Branch 

Sandy Creek 


R.H. Herring 

R. H. Herring 


6 
31 

1 
31 

3 


3.02 
3.00 




56.92 

47.41 

7.50 


Sanford 


J. M. Haymore 

R.H. Herring 

John Lewis 


10.00 
5.00 

"2^55 


"2^55 

.25 
2.54 


9.40 
752 


428. 36 


Siler City 

Southern Pines... 


186.45 
25.90 


Stanley 






8.77 


Tyson's Creek 


W.T. Hurst 


3 
3 

"is 

7 


46.19 


Union Grove 


J. L. Smith 

R. B. Lineberry 

J. A. Hackney 

R. B Lineberry 

S.A.Ives 


14.00 


Mt. Olive 

Mt. Pleasant 


21.03 
1.50 
3.37 


10.87 
1.01 
1.75 


5.14 

.75 

1.50 


1.50 




75.11 
6.78 


.New Salem 


.66 




13.53 


Pine Bluff. 




Pine Grove 


F.L. Fiddler 

R. B. Lineberry 

L.R.Dixon 


7 
6 
2 


44 
48 
114 






2.00 

35.86 

5.00 


3.15 

45.59 

7.00 








5.11 


Pittsboro 

Rives' Chapel 


36.96 
5.00 


90.69 
5.00 


11.90 


9.43 





230.43 
22.00 












Total 


204 


4045 2582 

1 


475 14 


453 18 


, 690.20 


774.39 


93.38 


33.98 


24 17 


2541.50 















102 



N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



SANDY RUN. 



Churches. 



Pastors. 



Bethel 

Betliany 

Big Springs 

Cane Creek 

Camp Creek 

Cherokee 

C 'ti<-i.rd 

Cliff-ide 

Cari)leen 

Fair View 

First Bn>ad 

Floyil Creek .„ 

Foresi City 

Gieeii Kiver 

(ireeii Creek 

Heiirici la 

High siioai 

Holly Springs.- 

Lavoiiin 

At H:ir(Hony._ 
Mt. Lebanon _. 

M. Olivet 

Mt. I'lCMsantC. 
Mt. Pleasant R. 

Ml. Zion 

• Prospect 

Sandy Run 

Shilo'h 

Soulliern 

Sanilv Level -._ 

WalLs. 

Silver Creek H .. 



Z. D.Harrill 

T. ('. Hanis 

A.C. Irvin 

H. I) Harrill 

A. J. Bri>wii 

K.M. Bridges... 

A. C. Irvin 

B. M. Briilges 

J. M Haniric t .. 

H. U. Hirrlil 

J. H". liauenian.. 

Z. D.Harrill 

J. Q. Adams 

B. P.jMokson ... 

T.C. Harris 

J. iM. Hum rick .. 
J. M H imrick.. 
W. (i. P. Kzell .„ 

A. J. Brown 

J. M.lioode 

\V. E.Wilson 

H. D.Harrill 

B. .M, Bridges -. 

CM. Teal 1, 

W. .M.GoJd 

K. N. Hawkins 

Z. D. Harrdl 

T. C. H rris 

W.E.Wilson. . 
a. W. snttiemire 

Z. D. HMrrill 

F.M. Freeman . 



$29. 42 
4.00 
27.50 
6.00 
16.00 
18.63 
48.00 



Total. 




SOUTH FORK. 



Alexis 

Amity 

Belmont 

Benliih 

Bethel 

Brook ford H 

Bruington 

Ced>'r Grove 

Corinlh 

Catawba 

l>alla>i 

Ea^i Gast('nia 

Faith 

Oastonia.First. 

Helxon.. 

Hickory 

Hickory Grove 

HighShofils 

Kill's Chiipel 

Leonard's Fork 

Lincoloton 

Long Creek 

Lowell ; 

Lucia 

Loray 

Lh wing's Chapel )] 

Macedonia 

Miiidcn 

McAdensville 

Mouniaiii Grove... 
Mouut Holly 



W. B. McClure 

P. W. Bansile 

P. H. Pernell 

L A. Bangle 

C. .A.Ciildwell 

C. M.Bohlnson „. . 

W. B. McCUire 

R.D.Carroll 

C. \. Caldwell 

(J. M. R binson 

J. L. Vipperman... 
J. L. Vipperman.— 

J.M. Ballard 

W. H. Reddish .... 

L. A. Bangle 

W. K. (iwaliney... 

W. B. McClure 

J. A. Iloyle 



('.A Caldwell 

Biiylns Cade 

.1. A.H.yle 

D. M. Austin 

W.B McClure 

J. A. Hoyle 

J. M. Bal'ard 

W. B. McClure 

0. L Siringfieid ... 
A. P. Bnmgardner. 
C. M. Robinson 

1. T. Newton 



6 64 67 

H 19 52 

12 9:i 72 
4 19 87 

17i 90 56 

19 28.... I 
69 47. 

2i 18 ....I 

18, 85 64 

4 41 37 
.. I 82 53 

10 248 188 

..-I 17 46 

32 289 323 

13 68 «8 . 

5 2H2 167 

2 168 77 
5 68 72 

5 12 50 

3 6.5 19 
8! 128 74, 
■6 142.... 

12 139 171 

14 42.-.. 
9 100 214' 

..-I 31 92. 

6 125 73 

20 214 240 
48 197 188 

...| <M 54' 

2 90 102 



5.00 1.00 

6. .50 .... 
16.00 4 00 

1.00 .50 
17. 00 

1.30 



5 00 



3.00. 



5.00 
.50, 



42.90 
1.00. 
3.25. 



2.00, 



1.00 

's.bo 



1.00. 



5.00 

7. 00 2. 00 
1(1.00 1.70 
50.(10.-.. I 
30.00 5.00 

(i.(iO i 

320.82 84.14 

1 

178. 85 130. 80 
12.00 8.00 

5. 00 5. 00 
27.25 2.00 
12.00 5.00 
74.. 50 17.20 
15.00 2.00, 
16.00 3.34 

7.90 I 

11.00, 2.00, 



2.00 
...1.12 . 
lis. 50 
150.141 

l.flO 
13.5.S. .55 

1.50 
ia5. 82 

7.77 

9. 20 . 

5. (K) . 

3. oo; 

19.11 
3. 00 

7.oo; 



1.50 

1.00 

I 



1.00 



.50 

.60 



9.25 12.00 
36.60 13.00 

3. 00 S. 00 
306.95 40.00, 

1.00 I 1.. 

173.97 25.00 14.03'. 

6.50 i 5.00 



28.25 



15.00 
6.50 

73.90 
3.00 

20.25 
2.30 



17.50 



I 2.30 2.16 

2. 25 -— 

46. (i6 

3. 00 

36. 35 



.50 
51. 8:^ 
1.5.00 
10.00 
3.00,. 



13.27 
5.00 
4.20 



2.00 
.67i. 

3.00. 
33. 06 

5.00 

1.02. 
10.00. 



2.00 



1.36 



4.00 2.35 

4.00 1.00, 

— - .50 

2.(N) 

1.15 5.00 



11.65 
10.00 



12. 

13. 

189. 

234, 

13. 

2156, 

2. 

708. 

39. 

19. 

38. 

22. 

157. 

25, 

64, 

7. 

21, 

5. 

4, 

HI. 

41. 

1.5. 

13. 



ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS. 



103 



SOUTH FORK— Continued. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


1 
.22 

5" 

11 

8 
5 
12 
5 


a 

c y. 

5 3^ 

243 
71 
23o 
117 
191 
44 
25 
68 
29 




05 

5 

'Jo 

X! 


IB 
C 

o 

ll 

W 


a 


his 

IS 
H 
o3 

a 
o 


"3.2 

a> § 
X 3 


13 




"3 


Mount Ruhama 


W.B. McClure 

H.B. Cronis'er 

W. K.M.Cinre 

R. D.O.rroll 

O. L. Striugfleld ... 


130 
73 
47 
140 
210 
70 

l4 
45 


S4.00 
6.00 
18.00 
24.86 
42.01 
2.00 

""'6'50 
7.45 

"'is.'flo 

16.50 

12.00 

6.00 

""e.'oo 

6.00 
1 00 
3.43 


82. 20 
1.00 
3. 00 
2.76 

15.00 
3.00 

"r."50 
4.00 
2.50 
11.50 
4.00 
1.40 
1.00 


""jsriio 

7.00 
12.78 
15.00 

3.00 

""i'.Ka 

4. .50 
1.00 
18. 75 
4.50 
2.65 
2.00 


"l2."00 

2.00 

36. 70 

20 00 

2.20 

" L50 
2.50 
1.00 
3.60 
15 22 
3. 00 
4.07 

'"i'nx 

3.00 
1.10 








86.20 


Mfiunlain View 

Moiiiii Zion 

Newton 


n.w 


"iiroo 
"i.'oo 


"S5'00 


12. 00 
31 00 
76.60 


Olivet . 

Pinev Grove 


100.01 
10.20 


Providence . . - 






"VM 


"iroo 

"2^00 
10.25 

"Loo 


"2^10 

"s.'oo 

4.00 




Providence, Second- 
Penelope 


C.A.Caldwell 

J. A. Rec-tor 

L. A. Bangle 

J. D. Moose 

J. A. Hovie 

C. E.Beaver 

R.D. Carroll 

'crA'CtUdweTrillll 

O.K. Beaver 

L. .\. Bangle 

C. M. Rol)iuson 


7 

1 

11 


14.10 

18.45 


Reepsville 


91 78 


4.50 


River View 

Sandy Plains 

Saletn . 


11 162 84 
14 18:? 62 
9 97. 46 


56.75 
54.47 
19.05 


Startowu 

Sliaron 

The»."«Hlon1ca 


6 21 

7 "56 


"48 


17.37 


Warlifiv's Chapel 

Webl>'s I 'ha pel 

West Hicliury 


6 118' 57 

4 40—. 

5 26 120 


1 00 


i.oo 

2.00 


11.00 








4.10 








3.43 


410 4838 








803.53 










Total 


4057 


1093.48 350.09 

1 


2016. 64 


105.30 


81.60 


43.46 


4494.10 













SOUTH RIVER. 



Autryville 

Baptist Chapel „ 

Brown's 

Canaan 

Center 

Clement 

C 'ncord 

Elizibeth 

P'AYETTEVII^LE . 

Hickory Giove — 

Ijong tiraneh 

Macedonia 

Magnolia 

Mill Creek 

Ml.Elain 

Piney (ir. 'Ve 

Ple-tsHut GroveH- 
Royal's Chapel _. 

Roseboro 

aalfiiibuig 

Spring Branch... 

Union Grove 

While Oak 



Total. 



J. A Smith 

G. A. Bain 

<4. A.Bnin 

T.J.Hood 

G. A. Bain... 

J.W.Cobb.. 

W. .\. Humphrey. 

M L Miulz 

J.J.H.il 

M VV. Naylor 

W. R. Johii.son 

John Prevail 

J.W.Cobb 

W.R.Johnson 

E.Lee Kox 

W. M.Piige 

Joiin Krevatt 

G. A. Bain 

J.W.Cobb 

J.L. Stewart 

J. A. ("ampoell 

G. A. Bain 

J. L. Siewart 



4 73 47 

19 213 103 

1 56 53 
...i 40_.-. 

2 85 104 
4 165 61 
7 177 55 

13 97 76 

31 380 247 

20 69 41 
18 143 89 

Ij 66 .35 

... 91 76 

9 87 59 

16' 141 113 

... 178 98! 

3 20 —J 
... 23 108 

15' 65 50 

4' 215 183 

32 314 130 
5! 5L| 110. 



5.00 

2«.00 

3.50 

6.32 

11.62 

17.31 

10.00 

3.85 

148.50 

1.91 

3.94 

20.00 

9.40 

6.50 

24.38 

10.08 

4.00 

1.75' 

13.28 

48. 05 

112.70, 



1.47 
5.00 
1.00 



10.00 16.00. 

10.00 46.00. 

1.00, 5.00,. 



3.00 

I 

10.00 

.40 

83.70 



7.00, 
10.00, 
10. 00 

8.00' 
276. 86' 



5.00,—. 



5.00', 
1.38} 
5.00 
1.72 
166.38. 



1.67 



2.00 



2.06 



2. 83 
2.00 



4. 12 
4.83 
5.00 
5.00| 
2.00 



3.00 
33.22 
36. 92, 



6.24 



6 29 
1.00 
15 00 
5.011 
2.00 
2 05 
9. 00 



3 86, 51i 26.00 6.00, 



207 2835 1889 



H7.8li 1,917.63 

101.40 86.03, 

1.00 . .-..| 

10. 00 10. 66 



1.72 

-I 



6.19 



2.73 



1.00 I 33 47 

89.00 
12. 22 
6.32 
32.81 
28.69 
37.73 

I I 10.14 

5.00 2.00 682.39 

6.91 

5.94 

20.00 

21.87 

12 33 

44.33 

22 92 

11.00 

3.80 

31.47 

4.20 2 95 '2, 153.41 

7.07, 10.82 7.06 361.00 

1.00 

52. 66 



1.00. 



515.49190.60 



619.81 2303.19 12.94 23.50 16.97 3682 50 



SOUTH YADKIN. 



Advance. 


E. L. Weston 

R. iu. Davis 


7 
7 
8 
5 
13 
1 
7 

65 


61 

38 
)44 
98 
120 
86 
36 
39 
'-!04 


88 

65'. 
138 

66 

98 
172i 

^•i 
49 

2o0, 

31 . 
58 
35 
93, 


17.63' 

'"I9I5 
7.00 
11.00 
52 00 
25.00 
17.50 
66.27 


5.00 

'§.'3.5 
8. 00 
3.00 
5.00 
2 25 
6.50 

19. 10 


6 00 
8.06 

22. (i2 
5.00 
6.00 

10. 00 
7.00 

11.00 

29.30 


6.85 
8.55 
57. 87 
12 00 
7.00 
7.00 
9 50 
20.49 
5.00 


1.00 

'5.00 

'2 00 
l.(/0 
1.50 
2.00 
2.00 


2.00 

"f.'68 
1 00 
3.00 
2.00 

i.oo 

2.00 




38 48 


Berea 


16 61 


Bethel .... 




114.67 


Beuiah 

Calvary 

Chcsliiut Hill 

China drove- 


C.E.Beaver 

J. .\..Summey 

J. N.Sialiings 

W. R. D.vi.>, 

V.M. Swain 

J.J Adams 


28.00 
32.00 
90. 00 
46 25 


Cleveland 

Cooleemee . . 


59.49 
121. 67 


Corinth 




28 
29 
34 
25 
173 








Cornalzer . 






""6."00 
8.00 
25.35 


5.00 
1 00 
5.00 














Dunn's Mountain... 

East Spencer 

Eaton's 


W.R.Davis 

W. R.DavLs 

C. S. Cash well 


9 
3 
13 


3.00 

2 00 

20.00 


8 00 
1.00 
15.75 


1.00 
"3^06 


1.00 
"3^00 





23.00 
12.00 

72. 10 



104 



N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 





SO 


[JTB 


YADKIN— Continued. 












Churches. 


Pastors. 


Baptisms. 

Church Mem- 
bership. 


— a 
o fl 

J} 


to 

a 
o 


a 
o 

si 


0.2 

MM 


6 
a 

o 


fl 

m3 
It 


a.2 

< 


32 


"3 

1 


Enon 

Faitk 


J.A. Summey 

A. T. Hord 


3 


43 
20 

78 
263 

?5 


70 
16 
80 
165 
39 

"29 
70 

114 
66 
50 
59 
66 
40 

444 

'158 
63 
193 

ia5 

211 
57 


sii.oo 

12.50 
37.00 
60.00 


$2.50 

1.00 

10.00 

11.40 


$3.00 

1.00 

2.5.00 

42.03 


810.00 $1.00 
2.00 1.00 


82.00 
.60 




$30.50 
18.10 


Farmington 

Fork 

Gay's Chapel 

Harmony 

Ijames Cross Roads. 


E. L. Weston 

E. L. Weston 

V. M. Swaim 


1 
15 


30.00 

2.5.00 

3.00 

2.00 

3.00 


5.00 
7.50 


5.00' 

3.00, 


112.00 

148.93 

3.00 


J. N. Binkley 

V. M. Swaim 


12 


31 
44 
42 
141 
115 
160 
129 
106 
45 
25 
425 
33 
173 
110 
180 

173 
180 
125 

4144 


2.00 
6.50 


1.00 
3.00 


1.00 
2.00 


i.oo 


i.oo 

1.00 


8.00 
16.50 


Jerusalem 

Mocksville 


J.J.Adams 

C. S. Cashwell 

C G Wells 


1 

11 
11 
13 
15 

1 

1 
84 

1 
13 


61.00 
46.00 
71.00 

7.00 
26.32 
12.00 

6.18 
104.85 

4.00 

48.00 

13.00 

120.00 

163.00 
64.00 
23.50 


25.00 
27.76 
7. .50 
4.31 
8.95 
2.00 
1.50 
96.00 

"iroo 

3.00 
50.00 

86.94 
15.25 
3.00 


30.00 
39.89 
11.00 

8.87 
12.15 

2.00 

1.00 
298.45 

2.00 
1.5.00 

3.00 
175.00 

287.25 

36.25 

6.00 


1 5.00 

36.32i .5.00 

7. 90 5. 00 
10.92, 1.00 
26.15 2.00 

4.00, 1.00 

2.00 .50 
84.68 25.00 

4.70 

2.5.00 5.00 

14.00 1-00 

100.00, 30.00 

10.5.18 15.00 
52.81 7.00 
5.00 2.00 


1.50 

3.00, 

2.00' 


122.50 
157.97 
104.40 


New Bethany 

New Hope 

Phaniels 

Rockwell 

Salisbury _ 


R.L. Davis 

V. M. Swaim 

W.R.Davis 

J. A. Summey 

R.E. Neighbor 

W. J. Wyatt 

V. M. Swaim 

V.M. Swaim 


1.00 

2.00 

.50 

.50 





33.30 
51.25 
21.50 
11.68 
609.07 


Shady Grove 

Society 

South River 


1.00 
2.00 
2.00 





11.70 
104.00 
.36.00 


Spexcer 

Statesville, 

West Avenue .. 
Trading Ford 


J. M. Dunaway 

C. A. Jenkens 

J.J. Mitchener 

W.R.Davis 


12 

2 
2.5 

7 

336 


20.00 1 495.00 

10.00 667.37 

5.00 180.31 

1.00^ 40.00 


Total 


3333 


1,165.98J426.98 


1,419.67 


747.67il41.50 


82.78' 3.984.58 






. 









STANL,Y-1906. 



Albemarle 


B.W.N.Simms 

C.J. Black 


6 

82 


180 
934 


178 
913 


47.00 
13.93 
2.00 
2.00 
8.00 
1..50 
3.00 
8,00 
.3.50 
16.18 
6.00 
5.00 
2.00 
4.00 
2.00 
.50 


16.85 
5.00 
2.00 
2.00 
6.00 
1.50 
3.00 
3.00 
2.00 
4.00 
4.6.5 
2.50 
1.00 
3.00 
1.00 
.50 


44.50 

11.42 

6.00 

2.00 

12.50 

l.,50 

10.00 

7.00 

10.00 

17.00 

15.00 

15.00 

1.00 

8.00 

2.00 

.25 


46.43 

10.00 

7. .50 

3.00 

10.00 

2.00 

6.50 

8.00 

5.00 

12.00 

13.51 

9.51 

5.00 

5.00 

2.00 

2.00 


10.00 
3.00 
1.00 
1.00 
2.00 
1.00 
1.00 
2,00 
2.00 
2.00 
2.25 
3.00 
.50 

""'25 


10.00 
2.65 




174.78 
46.00 


Anderson's Grove... 

Barbee's Grove 

Big Lick 

Chaney's Hill 

Canton 


E.M.Brooks 

H.G.Bryant 

A. C.Davis 

A. C. Davis 


8 140 78 
3 .54 45 
17 142! 73 

13 571 56 


2. 50 

1.00 

2.00' 

1.00' 

'TisIIIIII 
2.00; 

3.00 


21.00 

11.00 

40.50 

8.50 


A.C.Davis 

J. R. Miller 


3 


111 51 
130 57 
109! 46 

93| 61 


23.50 
31.15 


Cotton ville 

Ebenezer 


C.J. Black 

J.R.Miller 

C.J. Black 

C.J. Black 

E. M. Brooks 


9 
6 


24.50 
54. 18 


Howell's... - 

Kendall's 

Gold Hill. . 


3 

27 


148 65 
164 8.5 
34 43 
1*5 71 
89 56 
.53 18 
67, 56 
531 106 
78 102 


2.00 
2.00 
1.00 
2.50 
1.00 
.25 


::::.: 


43.41 
37.01 
10.50 


Locust... 

Mission 


R. H. James 

J. S. Harris 


7 


22.50 
8.00 


Mineral Springs 


G. L. Eudy 


8.75 








C.J. Black 


12 
4 

7 

4 

18 


'"i4."o6 

6.24 
3.00 
4.66 

13.00 
2.00 

50.10 


2.00 
5.00 
1.50 
1.50 
2.16 
6.00 
1.50 


3.15 
24.00 
2.00 
2.00 
4.75 
15.00 
2.00 










5.15 




J.R.Miller. 


15.00 
3.00 
2.00 
9.00 

20.00 
3.00 

14.14 


8.00 

1.00 

.50 

.88 
2.00 
1.40 


3.35 
2.00 
1.00 
1.11 
4.00 
1.00 




64.35 


Pleasant Grove 

Philadelphia 

Prospect 


R.M. Brooks 

H.G. Brj'ant 

J R Miller 


lft5 
43 
76 

300 
43 


95 
39 
82 
105 
55 


15.74 
10.00 
22.56 


Silver Springs 

Union Grove 


C.J. Black 


60.00 


E.M.Brooks 


10.70 
73.24 






251 


■7643 


1796 














Total-. 


226. 61 


77.66 


216.07 


199.45 


43.28 


48.51 




822.22 













STONB MOUNTAIN. 





E Handy 


8 

1 


27 
73 
27 
37 
22 
29 


















Dehart 


Grant Cothren 

D J. Roberts 


55 
















Elkspur 


40, 
















Fair Plains 


Grant Cothren 




1.00 
53 - 


LOO 


1.00 


1.00 
2.40 
2.40 










4.00 


Knobb'.s \ 




9 
2 


2.40 


Laurel Fort 


William Key 


35; 7.00 














9.40 



ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS. 



105 



STONE MOUNTAIN-Continued. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


s 

.2 
a 

CD 


3 

If 


a 
11 

O o 


a 
o 
'S 

SB 

m 


EC 

a 
o 

(DM 

a| 


a 
a o 

"S.22 


be 

a 

a 

si 

o 


d 
-3.2 

|1 


d 

"SI 


O m 

o a 
so 

SI 


1 


Mount Carmel 




1 

5 


40 
74 
48 


93 
51 


















Mount Pisgah 


Grant Cothren 

G. W. Adams 


















Mountain Valley 


















Mount Zion 


G. W Johnson 

C. Blevins 


16 


45 




















New Covenant 


131 
36 
18 
72 
23 
33 
17 




















New Light ... . 






33 
30 
45 
79 
55 


















Oak Grove 






















Piney Grove 






83.25 










82.00 




85.25 


Riverside 


J.E.Williams 


3 










Roaring Gap 


5.00 














5.00 


Rock Spring 


W.H.Key 


2 














Stony Ridge 






















Trap Hill 


J. W. Brown 

C. Blevins 


2 
17 


131 
131 


84 
116 
















" 


Walnut Grove 


40.00 






86.76 




85.55 




62.31 










Total 


67 


989 764 


5.5.25 


SI, 00 


81.00 


12.56 




7.55 





77.35 











STONY FORK— 1906 



Boone's Fork 


E.M. Gragg 

E.Greene 


3 
6 


50 
35 
14 

70 
187 
64 


50 
45 


15.20 












15.20 


Doe Ridge 














Elk 


N. S. Hampton 


1 








"" 




Laurel Fork 






70 


12.00 












12 00 


Mt Vernon 


J.M.Payne 

J.E.Greene 

W.N. Church 

J. E. Greene 

R.S.Hayes 


23 
3 


79 18.50 






4.13 








22 63 


Mt. Ephraim . 


60 
















Mt. Paran 


1| 30 
% 50 










1.00 
1.75 








1 00 


Middle Cane 


54 














1 75 


New Hopewell 




85 
52 
92 

174 
89 

141 
















New River 


P.H. Haire 


6 


67 
55 
130 
100 
103 


7.^ 






2.03 








9 05 


Poplar Grove 


















Stony Fork 


W.M.Lee 


31 
10 
20 


34.67 






5.75 








40 42 


Watauga 


E.M. Gragg 

W. M. Lee 














Yellow Hill 


30.00 






5.00 
3.05 








35 00 


Collected at Ass 


ociation 














3 05 






















Total.- 


105 


1133 


813 117.39 






22.71 








140 10 



























"Mission Fund" is here given in column for State Missions, 850 raised additional for Assoclational 
Missionary making total contributions of 8190. 10. 



SURRY— 1906. 



Anlioch 


W. H. Beamer 




75 

8 
63 





6.00 


1.00 


4.60 


19.50 








31 10 


Ararat 


S.E. Gentry 












Corinth 


A. J. Williams 

J. T. Kirk 


2 
2 
9 
14 

20 

8 
1 
2 
9 




1.55 
.61 


.52 
.52 












2 07 


Cross Roads 


57r"" 


2.06 


1.05 




.61 




4.85 


Copeland 


S.E.Gentry 

J.E.Smith 


58 
50 




Dobson 




17.00 
14.40 
1.75 


"ILOB 
1.50 


7.70 
26.50 
2.50 


2.00 
61.48 
L50 




■ "" 




26 70 


Elkin . 


W. F. Staley 

S.E Gentry 

James Bennet 

C. C. Arrington 


170i - 








113 52 


Gum Orchard 

Hill's Grove 


79 
120 






1.50 




8.75 


Holly Springs 




.50 
16.10 
3.78 


1.00 
5.27 


8^52 


.50 

11.25 

1.60 

2.60 








2.00 


Macedonia 


12.5i.... 
53i_ _ 




1.40 
1.00 





42.55 
6 38 


Mt. Hermon 


C.F. Fields 


Mt. Carmel 


S. E. Gentry 

J. T. Kirk 


2 
2 


46 
62 
62 
25 
33 
76 
109 
57 
41 
51 
21 
53 
77 








2 60 


Mountain View 





.40 




1.00 








1 40 


New Hope 


A.J.Williams 


2.57 
1.00 




1.28 




3!85 
2 00 


Oak Grove 


C.H.Stone . 


1 
6 
9 


.... 


1.00 
2.00 






Piney Grove 


T.G. Martin 

C.F. Fields 












2 OO 


Richmond 


11.46 

6.25 

.90 

7.50 






16.52 
2.51 
1.00 

18.13 
1.50 








27.98 
8 76 


Rockford 


W. H. Beamer 












Rocky Ford 


A. J. Williams 

J. J. Beach 


1 
7 
5 
3 
3 
2 








.50 




2.40 
30 43 


Ronda 


2.15 


7.65 


Salem 


C.H.Stone 








I 50 


Siloam 


J. A. Snow . 










1.85 
75 








1 85 


Union Cross 


S.E. Gentry 

W. H. Beamer 












.75 





L50 
5 88 


White Plains..^ 






3.38 




2'50lIIIII 










Total 


1081. "^78 


1306 


9L20 


26.39 


60.62 


144 82 


7.04 




330.07 















106 



N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



TAR RIVER. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


Baptisms. 

Church Mem- 
bership. 

Bnn. School 
Enrollment. 


w 

a 
o 

=s 1 


CO 

5 


s 

H 


be 

« 

a 

s. 
O 


d 

II 

.Eh 
2 


a 

< 


C m 

9,° 

02 


i 




E. Lep Fox 

G. L. Merrpll 

T.J. Kagland 

C.C. Williams 

.N. W. B(.t>bitt 

W.G.Hall 

N. V\ . B..bbitt 

T.J. Taylor 

J. A. siiadley 

G. W. Mav 


7 5.S 52 
6 39 1-IS 
6 28 50 
... 1 52 31 
5 176 42 
1| 33 24 

5 84 44 

6 124 39 

5 76 70 
4 81 89 

6 192 149 
105 129 84 


SIO.OO 
5.00 






:" "j 


81.00 


811.00 


Arlitiglon Street H — 







81.00 
2.00 
7.14 
4 62 









6.00 


9.50 SI. 00 
22 71 3.40 
26.02 1 tin 








12.50 










42.23 


Bear .Swamp 

B-^i tiel 








32.24 


8.50 
7.95 




....::.j :::::: 






8.60 






"'iLfiO 

30.00 

11.40 

3.75 

1.36 

1.00 


2.80 
41.75 
23.05 








10.75 


Bri>wn'.>i 

Cary Chapel 

Casialia 


80.10 1.00 
18.75 20.00 

26. 45 

i:?.65 5.00 

10 00 

19.00 1.00 


84.94 


4.50 


'83.00 


143.89 
94.80 








37.85 


Cedar Run 


(t. M. Duke 

J. W.Nobles 


1.50 2.50 


2. 50 2. 50 


36.40 
11.36 






58 


3.00 

L _ 


■""rso :::::: 


24.50 




T.J. irisp 


15 
1 

8 
8 


42 — . 
.175 80 

19 46 
143 80 
166 20 

35 12 
39 48 
86 129 
1.5:? 77 
117 178 
1 1? 70 
•122 40 

20 .— 
S8 40 

188 76 

48 29 

185 194 

5..- 

43 42 
131 .52 
160 121 

84 119 
24 42 
48 87 
100 108 

176 127 
152 86 
108 64 

96 37 

212 92 

6ll 41 

79 65 

90 97 
27,.. 

91 15.5 

177 119 
15 37 

165 66 
42 98 

175 112 
8:i 51 
74 2t 

17:5 ''f)' 


10. 20 
14.43 








10 20 




E. D. Poe . 




100.00 

4."56 
2.25 
4.16 


26.00 

6^00 
33. 20 
18.1)0 

3.00 
45.31 

eo.'si 








140. 73 


Cro<'l\er's Chapel 

Cyprt-ss Chapel 


Last year's report. 

G.M. Duke 

J.L. Rcgers 

T. L Vernon 


""21^50 "Too 
32.20 2.15 
2.5. (X) 1. 30 




"lso 





■""saso 

69.80 


Eagle's 








49.06 




J. A.Heiiig 




2.5.50 
38.45 
5.00 
81.00 
10.00 

i;?.75 

10.00 
17.50 
52.74 










28.50 


Eltn City 

Elm Grove 

E'l field 

Enierpiise 

EpheMis 

Everett's 


M. C.WtlDn 

J.E. H cult 

('. w. Lowe. _ 


18 

23 

8 

7 

19 

"'l4 
16 
6 

2 
7 
7 
2 
3 


5.00 

Too 

7.50 


5.00 

i.5."oo 

10.00 




"'4"05 
3.00 


""9."50 


93.76 

.5.00 

162.84 


J. KB .wers 

J. K. H'cutt 

W.G H.ll... 

J.L. Rogers 

v\. J. Junes 

J.L. Kosers 

J. E. Av-;cue 

A. (4. Wilcox 

WAi. Hall 

N.W. Bobbitt 

J. R. Doau 

(i.W. Mav 

J A Heilig 


-1 5.00 

2.00 


46.05 
18.75 
10.00 


FishiiiK Crtek 


2.24 
29 86 


22.83 

31.91 

2.00 

'82. 00 

2. .50 

5.90 




10.00 

6:5. 76' 5. 95 







52. 59 
184.22 


Geih<einane 

Grkenville 

Halifax 


3:i.85 4.25 

128.07 20:105 

7.80 1-90 


32.20 
145.95 

7.85 
17.50 

3.25 




"3ro6 




70.30 

562.07 

20.05 


Hh^m ilton 

Harris' Chapel 

Hh NDKKSON 

Hickory 

H^b^ood 


17.:^ 
27.02 
4:^.70 
37 72 


1.15 








------ 


41.95 
30.27 


54.78 
7 -n 


106.08 

3.15 

5.00 

.75 

3.35 


132.83 

2:^.10 4.90 





3:i7.:?8 
76.38 


14. 13 

.20 .60 
IS. ;« 1. ;?6 


13.25 
1.90 
8.12 








32.38 


JotiM'.>< Chapel 

Joy tier's Chapel 

LiTTI.F.TON 


Worlev Creech 

G. M. Duke .— 


.15 


.20 
L40 

"io.'oo 

.70 
4.00 

"§."60 
3.63 


"3."o6 




3.80 
32. 56 






lOi .57 
69.34 
14.09 
31.110 
2H..50 
10.00 
33.00 
8.55 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 




125.00.-— 
69.48 10.00 

1.05 

32.46; 3. IX) 

10 00 

13.00 


227. 57 


LoUISBUKQ 

Mai-edoiiia 

Maeon 

Maple Springs 


Paul Bowers 

J.E H.cutl 

T.J TMvlor 

G.M. Diike 

\. 1 ree 


16 
10 
6 
7 
3 
2 
22 


47. 75 
2.81 
8.80 


56.ft5 

.50 

7.35 


263.22 
19.15 
90.11 
36.50 


2.50 
12.97 


2.61 
49.83 


31.11 


Mid(llei>urg 


W. R.Cnllom 

'». W. Coppedge 

J. A. Heilig . . 


79.82 
8 00 


6.41 


185.66 
16.55 


Mildred 






1 




""loo 


10.00 


^I • 1 u nl a i n G re )ve 

Moniil Hi-hron 


(t.W. Holmes 

J. .M. Sledge 

D. T. Bunn 


11 

29 




§772 
5.25 
104 75 
3.00 
2.00 
12.00 
100.00 
23. 15 


7."00ll~" 





11.00 
17.00 




<4. M. Duke 

M.C.Walton 

A. 1). Hunter 

M.C.Walton 




7 
8 


26. .55 4.52 
37. 00 2. 70 
30.00 37. .50 
18.00 3.00 
3. (iO 


5.75 
57. .34 
34. OC 

3.00 


1 


40.34 


Nashville .'... 

New Beihel 

New H ipe 


! 

,'"2756 


"3" 07 
2.00 


""irss 


102. 29 

21:?. 67 

29.00 


New Sandy Creek... 


O.N. Marshall 

O. N'. M irshall 

(4. L .Merrell 

J. \,. R iijers 

r.J. Raglaud 


10 
19 
5 
8 
5 


1 


5.60 


21.02 

175. 60 

20.i»0 

4.75 


110. a5 
:ioo 

1.00 


13.12 4.18 
16:1 ;w 5.00 

2:^.08 

2.00 






50.:h2 


J^'orth Rocky Mount.. 

Oak I.evel 

Oregon 


193 
6:? 
22 


173 
130 
73 


5.00 
5.00 




559.60 

75 13 

7.75 


PartoUis 




Peach Tree 


G.M. Duke 

T J Crisp 


9 


206 

167 
70 
1!I0 
.391 
59 
197 
U5 


57 

104 

66 

7 

239 

119 

l:W 
70 

159 


12.00 
6.70 
10.50 
37.0(1 
26. .50 
79.85 
9. .50 
15.00 
35.00 
16.93 

""78."65 






1 






12.00 


Piney Grove 

Pleasant Grove 

Plvmoutli. 

Philadelphia 

Poplar Springs 

Quankie 

Red Bud 






1.7E 
4.16 
19 l.i 


1 






8.45 


J.E. Hocutt „ 

J.W. .Vohles 

J. E Hocutt 

G. M. Duke 

N.W.B.ib'.itt 

A.G. Wilcox 

C. G. Lowe 


16 
8 
10 
15 
6 
19 
21» 


"s'eo 
'Km 

3.50 
1.60 
9.19 
2.00 

io.'oo 


."2.5 
10.02 

""""f."60 
7.40 
5.10 

'~28.'66 


1 






24.75 








59.75 


5. .5* 
24.81 

6.7(1 
12. 10 
25. OC 
U.-M 

5.7f 
82. 5C 


1 :::::: 


"§."91 




32. 13 

141.89 

19. 76 


' 






30. m 


Red Oak 







l.CO 


3.84 


81.43 




A (i Wilcox 

G.J. Dowel 1 

J. K. Henderson ... 


8, 176 

.... 16 
4l 128 


3S.33 










6.76 


Roanoke Rapids .. 


J4.41 






203.50 



ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS. 



107 





TAR RIVER— Conti 


nued. 














Churches. 


Pastors. 


1 

n 


Church Mem- 
bership. 

'Snn. School 
Enrollment. 


CO 

a 
.2 


to 

c 
.2 

ii 

a 


a 

Men 


QJ 

bD 

a 
a 

si 
p. 




a 
X.2 


a 

•a 5 
< 


C m 

C 3 

5 





Robersonville 


W. G. Hall 


11 

""25 
15 

7 

6 

27 


26 90 

35.... 

365 293 

77, 98 

271 114 

312 66 

418 480 

150 102 

6, 44 

82 46 

28 41 

115 148 

78 133 

5o; . . 


810. 00 

""290. 00 126' 15 
15.00 2.00 
25.27, 2.50 

25.00 

488. 36 679. 37 
67.72 3,5.55 


f3.50 

'"i94."66 

3.00 
9.10 
2.58 
413.35 
67.38 


13.33 

'"319."20 

2(1.00 

16. 38 

4.00 

1,054.. 55 

148. 29 




1 


$16.83 


Rock Sprinn 


La-styeai's report- 

I. M. Mener 

J. K. Henderson 

G. W.May . 


.J65'00 


"IIII i25'06 

'so.'oo mill 




Rocky Mount 

Koseniary 


848. .35 
40.(10 

56.85 


Sandy Creek 

Scotland Neck 

Sharon 


G. M. Duke 

i-.T. Lumpkin 

W. J. Jones 


31 58 

2,750.63 

31K.94 


Sharp.sburg H 


M.C.Walton 

J. M. Sledge 

J. A.Heilig 


I 
9 

21 
3 

"24 


10.00 
5.00 
8.64 
10.00 
62 35 






j 


10.00 




1.26 


2.45 
25.00 

5 00 
40 25 




1 


8.71 


Spi-ed... 








33. 64 




O.N.Marshall 

W.C. Nowell 

Last year's report. 

T. L. Vernon 

G.W.May 










5.00 
5.00 


20.00 


Spritig Hope 

Stanhope 


^ dn 


i9.50 






194.85 












Sloney Creek 

Sulphur Springs 

Takboro 


185' 91 
90 57 

139' 76 
23'-. 


iof.55 10.00 
12.00 1.05 
51.77 10.00 
L. 


70 60 
3.88 
7.20 


44.73 


2.36 


3.31 8.63 

1 


241.18 
16. 93 


C.V.Brooks 


2 


52.62 




j 


121.59 


Tillery ... 








Turkey Branch 


A.G. Wilcox 


4 


31| 46 

29 47 

160 127 

198 113 

151 143 

131 111 

22 41 

60 70 

112 156 

345 238 


13. 63 4. 57 


5.57 


4 57 

39"2S 
247. 28 

5 03 
157.08 

5.00 

"""9.3."29 
64,00 






28. 54 


Vaufihan's _ 


4.50 
41.45 

138.(10 

75.61 

- 175.-5 

12.29 




"a 72 

128.57 

1.50 

30.00 


""ri5 "5I06 
11.00 5.^5 

' 3.70 

25.00 22.06 

1 


4.50 


Wid-ren Plains 

Warrenlon 

Washington 

Weldon 

W hi laker's 


T.J. Taylor 

T. J.Taylor 

J. A. Sanderson 

H. A. Willis 

J. L. Rogers. 


8 
11 
9 
3 


15. 00 
86 ()2 
35.20 
72.55 
2.25 


16.85 

131.15 

176. 85 

152.45 

1 50 

7."50 
31.03 


120.45 
748. 07 
279. 88 
634 89 
21.04 


White Level 

WiUianmion 

Wilson 


G. W. Ci'ppedge 

G.J.D.well 

J. 1'. Jenkins.. 


18 
5 


'""67.'40 16^34 
120.94 10.00 


"2"00, 2"60 mil.' 


'"l2ill3 
265. 97 






739 




105.53 




Total 


*...8216 


3,775.70170262 


2,216.56 


3,938 40 296.09 159.02 


12193.92 



















*Total Church Membership 10,977. 

. TENNESSEE RIVER— 1906. 



Antiooh 


A. L. Beck. 




70 


34 


1.75 


1.75- 




1 1 




3.50 


Almond 


J.S. Slanberay 

T. F. Deltz- 


5 


51' 50 




10.00 




-— 




Bryson City 


14 192 246 
13 175 lti5 


5.00 


10.00 

"iloo 


5.00 
5.00 
LoO 


22.05 




47.05 


Brush Creek .. 


J. A. Aininons 

T.J.Calhoun 






15.00 


Bone Valley 




30 

7 

130 

''8 


64 








3.00 


Buffalo (Indian) 


A.<;oriisilk 














Cold Spring 


J.S. Woodard 




110 
40 
40 

100 
55 
40 
40 
27 
46 

125 
40 
65 
30 
35 
38 

50 
36 
38 
35 
55 
75 
49 
50 
81 




1 












Cheuah 




6 


— -"" 


1.00 


1 00 








2 00 


Chambers' Creek .. 


J. A. Amnions 

T.J Monteilh 

D.S.Lindsay . . . 


....! 61 
16 104 


1.75 
24.60 




1.75 


Forney's Creek 


1.00- 










25 60 


Deep Gap .. 




20 
21 
50 
21 

70 














Fair View. ... 


S.M.Crisp 






1 












Hazel Creek- 


D. S. Cojley. 






1 












Hewitt's 


J. S.Stan berry 

A.L Beck 


— - 
















Indian Creek 


1.00 

""""i."oo 
.75 


1.06 

1.00. 


1.00 


LOO 








4.00 


Lufiy 


T. D. Watson 

G.W.Orr.. ... . 


27 


197 








1.00 


Lone Oak 


8 112 
16 76 

4; 42 
— . 80 
3, 17 
4 42 
ll 20 
6 96 




1.00 








2.00 


Mt. Zion 


J.S. Smiley 

T.J.Monteith 

J.S. Stanberry 

J.S. Wooiiard 

H.J.H.igne 

T. N Freeman 

S. M Crisp 


3. .35. 
l.no. 
1.35. 










4.10 


Myrtle Spring.. 




" ' 1 






LOO 


Maple Spring 




1.65 








3.00 


Nantahala. . 










Pleasai.t Grove 






::::: 








Parrish Chapel . 


1.00 


8.75. 




L50 








11.25 


Panther Creek 












Round Hill . 


J.S. Smiley 


] 


35 
15 
65 
94 




4.35. 












4.35 


Piney Grove. 
















Santeeila _. 


G.W. Orr 

S. Jordan 







1 












Sweetwater 




! 












Slecoah 


T.J Monteith 

H.J.Hogue 


3 


113 
130 
1.50 




1 




15.00 






15.00 


Tennessee River 




1 










Tuskeegee 


G.W.Orr . 


42 






3.00 


j 




8.00 


Union Hill 


H.J.Hogue 

G.W. Orr .. . . 


2 102 
1 45 






3.22 






3.22 


Yellow Creek 














Mingus Creek 






















' 














Total 


172 2561 1929 


10.50 


35.55 


12.00 


25.15 


66 62 






149. 82 

















108 



N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 







THREE FORKS. 














Cnurches. 


Pastors. 


Baptisms. 

Church Mem- 
bership. 


$0 

a 

X 

65 
83 
35 
53 
58 
74 
85 
66 
25 
35 
89 
70 
73 
40 
55 
135 
89 


01 

a 
c 


c 
o 

(13 V3 

|i 


CO 
he CO 

•5.2 


o 
he 

ee 
s 

c3 

a 

o 


a 
IB 

si 




< 


00 

oa 
s: o 




Antioch 


J. H. Farthing 

L. A. Wilson 

W. M. Cannon 

L. C. Wilson . 


14 171 

4| 116 
13 150 






82.04 
44.68 










82 04 


Beaver Dam 

Beech Mountain 




112. 95 


84 06 
5.25 
3.70 
9.00 
4.00 
3.00 
4. .36 
1.00 
2.00 
7.11 




S3. 20 




64.89 
5.25 


Bethany 




42 
113 
44 
95 


""»8:75 
3.49 
8.56 


4.00 
5 88 
3.61 
6.07 
2.00 


4.00 
17.50 
6.66 
4.53 
7.96 
2.75 
2.50 
20 00 








11 70 


Bethel .- 


J. H. Farthing 










41 13 


Blowing Rock 

Boone 


J. F. Davis 

J.F.Davis 


'"h 


81.85 
1.59 


"l.66 
1.00 


82.46 
2.46 


22.57 

27 87 


Brushy Fork 


J.M.Payne ,. 

Isaac McGinnis 

J. M. Pavne 

J. H. Farthing 


7 200 

...J 39 

3 90 


15 32 


Clark's Creek 


3.75 


Cool Spring 












4.50 


Cool Creek 


1 


141 
62 
61 
34 
60 

132 
90 




2.98 








30.09 


Elk Knob 










Elk Valley . 


J.F.ElIer 


1 
1 






.3.00 
2.00 


4.21 
3.00 
2.50 
5.12 








7.21 


Fall Creek 


D. A. Green 

D.A.Green 












5 00 


Flat Springs 






^ 






2. .50 


Forest Grove 


J.F.ElIer 

C.R. Norris 

Edmund Greene— 

C.R. Norris 

J. M. Payne 

I.C.Miller 


i 
"ii 


1.66 
""2r50 


1.63 
1.00 

"2r50 


15.49 
1.56 
4.00 
5.00 
5.17 








23 90 


<jap Creek 










2.56 


Howard's Creek 


73 43 

175 88 






1.00 




5.00 


Laurel Springs 


7.25 




17 '>5 


Meat Camp 


9 1641 75 
5 54 1 86 
9 9ll 80 

. .53! 57 

2 62 52 


4.42 
2.00 
2.94 
1.00 
1.00 
3.13 
5.06 








9.59 


Middle Fork 










2.00 


Mt. Calvary 


L. C. Wilson 

D. A. Greene 

Edmund Greene __ 

David Greene 

G.W.Trivett 

L.C.Wilson. 

N.S. Hampton 

C. S. Farthing 




7.00 
L50 








9.94 


Mt. Gilead 


I 








2.50 


Mt. Lebanon 


1 








1.00 


Pleasant Grove 


5 180 


88 
46 
186 
33 
84 
66 
60 
71 
95 
64 
78 


i 


8.80 
4.44 
5.00 








7.93 


Pleasant Valley 


14 
4 

7 


167 
45 
74 
27 
128 
112 
53 










9.50 


Rich Mountain 








.60 


5.60 


Sampson 


1 








Shull's Mills 


1 




i.35 
2.37 
5.76 
11.83 
1.00 








1 35 


South Fork 


L. A. Wilson 

J. F. Davis 


8 




, 2.62 

15.00 

9.76 








4.99 


Three Forks 


5.00 


5.00 
9.38 


1.75 






32.51 


Timber Bridge 


J.F.ElIer .. 








30.97 


Union 


L.A.Wilson 

D. A. (Greene 

C.R Norris 


3 


las 








1.00 


ZionHill. 


3' 68 
12 181 






8."20 










Zlonville 






8.20 




















Total 


145 S440 2472 


29.96 


57.00 


207.46 


107.82 


5.19 


6.86 


5.52 


419 81 

















TRANSYLVANIA- 


-1906. 














Brevard _ 


P.G. Elsom 


26 


165 79 
120 .57 


28.46 


12.02 


10.71 


9.25 






59.44 


Boilston 








Blue Ridge 






48 
73 



















Carr's Hill 


T. C. Holzclaw 

A. J. Manly 

F. M. Jordan 

J. J. Gray 


2 
8 
40 
10 
1 


56 




1.50 


L50 


1.50 








4. .50 


Carson's Creek 


.52' 63 
148, 88 
122 53 
67 1 56 
146' 86 
95' 77 
40 45 
46 67 
128 75 
146- 108 
135 .3.5 










Cathey's Creek 


















Dunn's Rock 


















East Fork 


A. J. Manly 

E.Allison 


















Enon 




5.40 


6.11 










11. .51 


Glady Branch 


James Plemmons. 
A.S.Whitmire 


19 

2 












Glady Fork 


















Laurel Creek 


















Little River 


Oscar Orr 




















Macedonia 


F. M.Jordan 

S.C.Owen 


31 


















Mt. Moriah. 


















New Prospect 






40 

118 

78 
66 
130 
82 
47 

2143 


35 

s 

93 
77 
61 
.55 

58 
















Oak Grove 


P.M.Jordan 

.\.J.Manly 

T.C. Holzclaw 

G.W.Smith 

J.E. Gallaway 

T.C. Holzclaw 


11 
5 
5 

23 
















Pleasant Hill 


















Rocky Hill 


3.15 


'1720 







3.15 








6.30 


Shoal Creek 








5.20 


Toxaway. 














Turkey Creek 




2.00 


1.75 


. 

2.00 








5.75 


Zion 




















la? 


1474 


.30.61 












Total 


26. 12 


20.07 


15.90 








92.70 











ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS. 



109 



TUCKASEIGEE— 1906. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


s 

P. 

« 


a 




m 


CO 

a 


CO 


CO 

q 


M 


fl.2 

El, 


a 



d 


as 
< 


M 

2 a 
•§.2 

02 


1 


Balsam Grove 


W. P. Cook 




481 m 


















Barker's Creek 


R.L.Cook 




62 40 


















Big Ridge 


L. W. Hooper . 




22 
42 
70 
30 
160 
38 
48 
87 
99 
79 
71 
100 
24 
25 
•132 
121 
109 
53 
53 
88 


37 
77 
60 
34 
56 
59 
65 
80 








»L0O 
LOO 








SI. 00 
2.00 


BuffCreek 


J. T. Carson 


3 






$1.00 








Caney Fork 












Cedar 


W. F. Cook 


3 
15 


















Cullowhee 


T. F. Arrington. 


















Dick's Creek . 






1.00 


2.00 








3.00 


Dillsboro 


W. W. Marr 




._ 










East Fork . 


R.L.Cook 








LOO 








1.00 


Hamburg- 




















John's Creek 


W. F. Cook 


2 


63 
25 
75 

58 
48 


•""si'oo 


"SLOO 


i.'oo 

2.70 












Locust Field 


R.L.Cook— 


1.00 
2.70 








405 


Mount Pleasant 


J.T.Carson 

J.D.Sitton 

J.T. Carson 

R.L.Cook 


3 
5 

17 
20 
15 








5 40 


New Savannah 














Ochre Hill 




LOO 
.25 


2.00 

.45 

2.00 


2.00 
4.00 








5 00 


Savannah 


861 .25 
68 2.00 








4.95 
4 00 


Scott's Creek... 


J.T.Carson 

T. F. Arrington. 








Shoal Creek 


123 
34 
63 

77 
46 
80 
45 
73 
85 














Sol's Creek _.. 


J.H.Owen 


1 
"4 








2.09 

1.00 

10.00 








2.09 
1.00 

28.25 


Speedwell 


A. C. Queen 

W. W. Marr 














Slyva 


10.00 


2.50 


5.75 








Tuckaseigee 


L. W. Hooper 








Webster 


A. W. Davis 

T.D.Watson 

J.T. Peck 


15 

9 


73 

81 

102 

131 


2.12 




2.00 


2.00 








6 12 


Wilmot - - 










Yellow Mountain 


















Zion Hill 


M. A. Love 


30 
14? 


-.85 


L65 




1.40 








3.90 












Total 


1948 


1317 


16. 22 


6.40 


17 90 


31 49 








71.71 
















— 







UNION. 



Antioch 

Benton's X Roads... 

Bethel 

Corinth 

Deep Spring 

Eben ezer 

Fairfield 

Faulks 

Hermon 

Hamilton's X Roads 

Hopewell 

King St., Waxhaw 

Macedonia 

Marshvtlte 

Meadow Branch 

Mill Creek 

Monroe 

Mount Pleasant 

^ount Olive 

Mount Harmony 

Mountain Spring 

Mount Moriah 

New Salem 

New Home 

New Hope 

North Monroe 

Oak Grove 

Olive Branch 

Philadelphia 

Pleasant Hill 

Roanoke 

Sandy Ridge 

Sardis 

Shiloh ... 

Union 

Waxhaw 



T. P. Little 

J. L. Bennett 

J. A. Bivens 

J. A. Bivens 

A. Marsh 

J.G Gulledge. 

J.G.Gulledge 

J. A. Bivens 

K. W. Hogan 

A. Marsh 

J. L. Bennett 

W.F.Estridge 

A. Marsh 

J.L. Shinn 

B. S. Funderburk. 
A. Marsh 

C. A. G Thomas.. 

M. D. L. Preslar 

M,D.L.Preslar 

J. L. Rennett 

P. E. Blackman 

J.G.Gulledge 

T. O.Irby 

A. Marsh 



Total. 



T.C. Irbv 

C. A.G.Thomas . 

G. O. Wilhoit 

J. F. Hammond 

C.H.Martin 

J. A. Bivens 

T. P. Little 

M.D.L. Preslar 

M. D. L. Preslar 

A. C. Davis 

K. W. Hogan 



302 4280 2291 



1.00; 
2.00! 

8.00; 
2.86, 
3.001 

2.50 



3.00 
7.00 
4.34 
6.06 
10.00! 
3.441 



.95 
1.50 
8.00 
2.01 
2.30 
2.90 
1.50 
2.00 
7.00 
5.59 
2.68 
2.00 
2.50 



15.00 13.35 



40.83 
7.22 

73.30 
3.72 
3.37 
8.00 
3.72 
2.00 
.75 
3.00 



2.00 
1.95 
4.001 

2.00 
2.09 
2. 00 
3.44! 
11.50 
10. 53 
5.00 



78.13 
6.72 
160.89 
2.10 
3.00 
5.00 
2.41 
2.00 
.75 
1.60 



138.63 



2.00 
3.03 
4.00 
2.00 
1.49 
2.00 
2.14 
7.19 
16. 11 
2.00 



216.88 



3.90 
4.00; 
8.00, 
5.00, 
5.00! 
5.00; 
1.50; 
8.00 
7.00 
5.961 
6.00 

10.00 
7. no 

50.00: 

63. 52! 

12. 6O; 

200.001 

6.29 

10. 00 
100.00 

3.00I 
2.00! 

1.00 
4.60 



4.00 
3.00 
5.72 
10.20 
4. 

5.05 

2.00 

8.00 

5.00 

7.00 

20.75 

10.00 

5.29 

16.68 

29.40 

5.62 

42.12 

5.10 

10.00 

25.00 

4.91 

2.00 

2.00 

3.65 



1.00 

5.00 

5.05 

12.00 

5.00 

2.43 

4.03 

4.03 

15.02 

31.38 

20.00 



3.75 
7.00 
4.95 
6.00 
4.00 
2.36 
4.00 
2.31 
7.53 
26.00 
20.00 



635. 41 220. 89 37. 70 



LOO 
2.00 
1.55 



2.66 



14.09 
.70 



1.00 
3.00 



1.00 



1.70 



.75 
1.79 
2.00 
1.00 
1.50 



7.60 
1.29 
1.50 



1..51 
10.65 

'"L49 

17.16 

1.81 

1.00 



1.00 



1.42 



1.12 
4.50 



50.12 



110 



N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



WEST CHOWAN. 







s. 

ool 
ment. 


a 


C 


a 


01 

C3 

a 
a 

S3 

a. 




a 






Churches. 


Pastors. 




"5s 




?"i 


c2 
— S 

a,— 




^2 




i 







« iO x 


X 


s 


b 


S 


< 


•n 


H 




L. M. Cnrlis 

R. L. ^i^v• - 


22 3(iS 187 


S92.00'820.00 
50.00, 50.00 
50.00 21.00 


S45. 00 
50.00 
45.00 


820.00S20.00S21. 14 




S21S.14 


A iilniiiler 




2.>9 216 
181 94 


20.00 5.00' 

44.88 21.001 5.00 


175.00 


Jirlli/eheia.. 


'j M. Curlis 


18 


186.88 


B.-lbaiiv 




32 2U 89 


18 00 12.00 


18.00 


1 5.O0I.... 


53.00 


Bia tWy's Wrove - - 


S. B Birnes 


6 176 92 


22.00 17.65 


22. .50 


S.2;i 5.001 4.07 


79.45 


Jiurklv.rn 


f. W. Scarborough 


17 250 136 


60. 00 30.00 


100.00 


! 28.00 


218.00 


Cai'fUt-ari's 


T. r. Speight 




323 1h5 


45.00 20.00 


35.00 


21.87 6 00 


127.87 


Oishie 




9 

7 


280 150 
199 195 


30.27 11.29 
37.00 18.00 


39. 45 
27.00 


61.22 9.2^ 4.00 

1 7.00 5.00 


1.S5.51 


1 entrf (_Jri>ve 


L.M. Curtis 


94.00 


Ch-'U'tia . . 


M. A. Adams 


9 


146 84 


32.33' 23 29 


31.60 


10.70 20.TO 5.n0 




122.92 




M P Davis 




147 102 
326 88 


26. 55 15. 53 
42.75' 2.5.00 


31.72 
59 25 


39.01 2.00, 4.91 
23.00 12.00 12.70 




122. 72 


C'leiaine 


M. P. Divis 


23 


174.70 


Cxiiiiariisa 


T.T Spe.ght 


13 


31,-! 86 


27 50, 22. 00 


27.50 


21.85 10.00 





108.85 




!> Cale 


149 121 


15.00 15.00 


15.00 


1 




4.5.00 


C'liway. „ 


W.B. Waff 


19; 123 61 


25.00 12.00 


30.00 


10.00 8.00 5.00 


90.00 


Eiani ... 


J. K T.vlor 


17 


222 73 


22. .50 12. .50 


32.50 


10.46 7. .50 5.00 


90.46 


G.luia. 


D. Cale 


H 


316 102 


21.00 Irt.OO 


22.00 


4..5S .5.00! 




68.58 


Grefii's '"piss Roads. 


C. E. Kdvvards 


17 


235 118 


18.09 12.00 


18.00 


6 00 2.00; 1.65 




57. ti.5 




M. P. Uivis „ 


1 
12 


165 68 
208 18 


38.74 1.5.00 
25.00. 13.00 


47. i3 
35.00 


30.00 5.00 
51. 45 6. 00 


1.41 




137.38 


H hn.n 


L. A. Parks 


133.45 


Hillside 






11 67 
1(>5 KH) 














Ho'V (irove. 


C. E. El wards . 


6 


1.8.00, 12.00 


22.00 


8.55 


1.00 




61.00 


H ily Springs 


S. B. Barnes 




39 100 

SS (ifi 


3 50 
2.5.00 






3.05 

20. 00 









6.55 


J.H. ray4..r 

T.T Speight 


11 


i.s o5 


20.00 
25. 00 


5 no 




88.00 


Keir r.l - 


42' 117 117 


2.5.00! 25.06 


15 50, 5.00 






9.5. .50 


Liwrtn-e'.s X Roads 


s. B.Bir'.es 


19 2.53 62 


27.33 10.00 


2.5.0c 


1 4.OOI 6.67 




73.00 


Lewislon 


R. I,.(iay. 


16' 22.5 1*3 


89.79 20.00 


35.00 


13.09 10.00, 15 00; 


182.88 


L isker . 


S. B. Birnes 


8: 80 108 


13. I7| .5.91 


6.58 


2.89 1 3.251 


31.80 




J. B.r.ies 

M. P. Davis 


3 17 37 
30 477 127 


16.00 14.00 
53. Ill 35 26 


16.00 
160.00 




6 00 
.5. 00 




52.00 


A/ttrx lltll 


150.30 


3.15 


406. 82 


Mchriini . . 


\V B. Aaff 

J. R. ravlor 

A.T.H'.w 11 


13 401 88 
13 203 89 
6 291 116 


50.00 38. .57 

7.06 16.67 

35.00 25.00 


37.92 
9.00 
40.00 


10.00 10.00 2.43 - 


148.92 


Ml CaiMiel.. _._ 


- .j 1 




32.73 


^fl Th',r _ 


37.00, 7.00 




144,00 


ilurfrees' nro 


A. T.Hi > well 




114 151 
U5 84 






i 






Oak Grove 


M. A. Vdains 


22 


i6.2l 9.55 


i.5.58 


5,53 2.00] 2.261 


51. .58 


Pinr Forest 


J.R.Ttvlor 


1 48 31 


14.23 8.0c 


12. 0( 


' 1 




34.23 


Poieca>i . 


.\ r. H >\veU 


22 3;M 107 


30.00 20. 0( 


25. OC 


31.17 11.00 3.01 




123. 18 


Pleasant (Jrove 


R. L.Gav 


4 279 50 


50.00 19.12 


2.5.0c 


18.65 5.00 




107.77 


RepuliliiMn 


T.T. Speight 


41 422 71 


2.S.0O 1.5.00 


30.00 




7 00 8.55 


88.55 


Rich Square 


J. K Cale 


11 l;i7 \a 


30.00 10. OC 


, 20.0c 




5.00' 




65.00 


K !in..ke. 


J.R.T.vl.r . 




77 77 
j 67 - 


8.00 5.0( 
6.00 6.00 


8.50 
6.00 




2.0c 
2.9C 






23. 50 


K qnisi 


C. K. E 1 wards 






1 




20.00 


lii'b-rtis Chapel 


C W. Scarborough- 


' i7i) 75 


45.00 2.5. 0( 


, 70. 01 


; 22.00; 37. .'3; 


199.23 


R IN.S' . 


J. A. Speight 

D.Cale 

J.R.Taylor 


61 806 108 
7 275 151 
5 143 6x. 


3.5.00 1.5.00 
30.00 30.00 
22.00 13 00 


30.00 

; 30. 00 

16 00 


i 5.0c 

6.00 10. OC 
5 OC 


1 


85 00 


tiaiiiv Run 




106. 00 


8eab ard 


._ _. 

: 1.50 


57. .50 


Siloain 


B. L^yg.-tt 


4 1(16 a5 


3.0( 


3. (X 


2.00 1 


8.00 


Severn - 


vWB.Watf 


1 156 121: 


28 00 20. 0( 


3.5. 0( 


8.09 5.00 


96.00 


Si.Jiilin's 


l> Cal- 


12 161 91 


16 00 .10.01 


20. 0( 


6.00 4.00 4.00 


60.00 


Union 


M. .\. .\ilanis 


11 203 112 


4.5.00 50. 0( 


30.01 


26.01 10 00 10.00 


161.01 


Willi on 


W H. Davis 


8 163 8! 


20.00 1.5. 0( 


1.5. 0( 


2.:« 10.00 


62.3;j 


Woocllaiid 


E.B. Walls 

1 


151 9," 


20.00 1.5- 0( 


25.00 


13.44 li.OO _ L 


79.44 
















1 





Total... I 620 * 6517,1,505.05879.79 1,543.«4 730.21378.78182.93, 



.5,220.60 



* Total Church Membership 11,281. 



WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA 



A "flrnvs 

B lb. 1 

Bthcsda 


T.F. Deilz 

N.R.Hogan 


12 Ss' 16.5 

46 30 

38 32 


20.00 
.40 


7.50 
1.15 


10.00' 
.30 


5.00 
1.15 


;i 


42.50 
2.30 


Fire's Cref-k 




5.5' 64 


""2711 
10.00 


"2roo 


2."li '" 
1.55 


~3.'62 

2.28 


1, 




Hanging D..g 

Hayesviiie 

Ijiiile Brassiown 


J.E.Norton 

J.T. Pl.tt ..... 

N'.R. H"gan 

VVillJain Pruitt 

C. F. Martin 


16 259, 73 

2 6l| 165 

....' 53 23 . 

30 162 80 . 

5. 49, 52 


1 


7.84 


20 


16.03 


Mari)le .Sprii gs 

Martin's Cretk 






" 


— i — 




2.00 




1.25 


1.50 




4.75 



ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS. 



Ill 





WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA— Continued. 










Churches 


Pastors 


a 

a 

eS 

ca 


a 

K 

0/ 

a ^ 


c 
■r 0) 

B~ 
■fl C 

n 

80 
44 

g 

121 
40 

149 
70 
92 
31 
31 

138 
57 
53 


to 

a 
_o 

00 


a 






CO 

a 
o 


0) 

Sao 

03 

a 

a 
a 

o 


a 
o 


a 

< 


a 
II 

^§ 

a 

3 
03 


O 


Mission Hill 


A S. Solesbee 




55 
52 
43 




8L00 


81.00 


1 




S2.no 


Ml. Pi.sgah 


J. M. Brown 




8.25 

1.00 

23.71 








.25 


Ml. Pleasant 


T.C.Burrell 

J. A. White 

J.T. Piatt 




fS.OO 
30.00 
2.00 


3.00 

25 00 

1.50 


3.00 

25.00 

1.50 






10.00 


Murphy 


3' 67 
12 168 




12.50 


106.21 


Na'iaiiala 


2.05 

1 


7.05 


Oak Grove 






45 




Peach Tree 


J.T. PlRtt 


22 
1 


143 
25 
50 
25 
73 

112 
2:? 
63 


1.25 
.15 


2.00 


2.00 


LOO 




1.25 


7 50 


Philadelphia 


J.C. Burrell 






.15 


Pine Log 
















Shiloh 






















Tn-iquittee 


W. A.Cassiday 




i.oo 














1.00 


Valley Hiver 


William Fruitt. 

N.R.Hogaii 


1 


1.00 


1.00 


5.00 








7.00 


GladeH.. 








Red Marble 
























101 






48.71 








Total 


1750 1684 


71.91 


44.15 


46.56 




4. 25 


215.-58 






1 











WILMINGTON. 



Atkinson 


C.H. Utley 

J. M.Bennett 


6 
8 


82 


88 


3.23 
22.30 

""i2."55 

30.66 

20.00 

5 00 

5. 00 

5.00 

3.69 

12. 56 

6.50 

8.00 

5 00 

5.00 

15.00 

4.28 

(.15 

5.95 

5.00 

10 00 

6.00 

2. (K) 

5.00 

1.00 

40. 00 

12. 00 

13.00 

5.00 

534.49- 

"""70.29 


9.24 
17. 35 

"''7[50 

""7."50 
10.00 
2.00 
2.45 
3.00 
5 00 
2.75 
4.72 
3.00 
5.00 
5 00 
2.00 

""6"l5 

3.00 

4.00 

2.00 

1.00 

2.00 

1 00 

10.00 

10.00 

10.00 

5.00 

•42 72 
52.51 
20.00 


5 00 
15 12 

"'i3."75 

'""56."6o 

10.00 
2 00 
5.58 

"""'s.'oo 

3.74 
12.00 
3.15 
5.00 
15.72 
30.00 
8.09 
.3.00 
6. 15 
2.43 
2 00 
5.00 

"""'l."66 
16.79 

1.00 
10. 00 

5.00 
57 20 

5.00 

1261. 65 
"""37."82 


7.53 
15.10 

""i5."6o 

"""i5.'36 

20.00 

1.00 

3."6n 

5.30 

3. 73 
11.20 

3. 25 
14 05 

4.41 
11.50 
10. 50 






25. 00 


Barb>w's Chapel 

Bear Branch 


no! 71 

55 35 
147 58 
48 50 

101 92 
140 48 

21 .... 
51 40 

20 38 
48 57 

21 92 
55 145 

102 33 
24 47 

117 43 

118 54 
107 27 


2.50 
10^66 

'5"o6 

7.50 


7.50 

'"5."oo mill 


80.07 


Bethlehem 


C.H Utley. . 




63 75 


B'ack well's 




10 




Burgaw 

Canetuek . 


J.M. Bennett 

C.H. Utley 


5.56 

7.50 




112.86 
75. 00 


Castle Haynes 


J.M Bennett 

O. P. Meeks 

J.W.Smith 

J.W.Smith 

J.B. Newton 

W.B. Riven bark... 

J. H. Dobson 

E.G. Andrews 

J. M.Bennett 

(t. A. Martin 

J. D. HoiMitt 

W.B. Rivenbark... 

J. D. Hoeutl 

J. D. Hocutt -_. 


6 

7 

4 

32 

32 

22 

3 

12 

6 

7 

3 

7 

1 


10. 00 


Caswell 

Catherine Lake 

Emma's Chapel. 

P'rench's Creek 

Harmonv 


"2."6o 

2.00 
L12 


"2166 

.68 


""iri2 


8 03 
13.00 
24.30 
16.83 
40. 58 


H «w Blnff 

JdcksoiiviUe 

Long Creek 

Mnsuiiboro . 


"i^oo 


""i.'ooilll" 

1.61} 

2.00 1.00 


15.90 
33.05 
31.79 
52 .50 


Moore's Cieek 


S3 59 


Mount Holly 

Olive Branch 


119 

84 

43 

2S 

107 

49 

50 

145 

19 

167 

115 

223 

97 

701 


137 
80 
54 
42 
31 
35 
45 
44 
46 

161 

'"8l 
76 

375 
156 
115 

2505 


17. S8 
6. 15 
5. .50 




3.02 


5.00 


30. 82 
24.60 


Olivet . 








13 88 


Providence 

Riley's Creek 

Salem 

Salt Marsh 

Shiloh 


J.M. Bennett 

W.B. Rivenbark... 

J. W. Smith 

J. H. Dobson 

J. D. Hocutt 


"2\ 

8 


5.oo| i.oo 
8.oo; 

4.75 

1.00 1.00 
7. 38' 


2.00 
3.00 
1.90 
1.00 




18.00 
30.00 
14.65 
7.00 
31 17 


Tar Landing 

Teaehey's 

Wal lace 

Wells' Chapel 

Willard 

Wilmington- 
First . 


J.W. smith 

W.B. Rivenbark 

J.A.Smith 

J.A.Smith 

W. B. Rivenbark... 

Fr^d D.Hale 

C. F.Whitlock 

G. A. Martin 


7 

4 

34 

58 


3.00, 

30. 00, 5. 00 
20. 00 2. f>0 
16.50 3 23 

8.00 1 00 

224.71 .56 00 


i 56 

5.00 

5. 00 

5.00, 

1.00 

1.60 


7.00 
100.00 

54 00 
104.93 

25.00 

2821 17 


Brooklyn 

South Side 


20 265 
22 186 

348 .3772 


25. 88 
39. 80 









78. .39 
167. 91 












Total . 


879.30 955.89 


1598. 74 


563.98 100.35' 64.Sfi' 7.12 


4170.24 





















112 



N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



YADKIN. 



Churches 


Pastors 


Baptisms 

Church 
Membership 


c 
c E 

11 

02 


a 


m 


to 

a 





m 
a 


05 

£ 


« 
a 

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s. 

u 



a 



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d 
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3 





R. P. Coram 

B.F.Rollins 


4 115 
115 


110 
60 

164 

102 
88 
97 
96 
55 

114 


S2.00 S2.00 
1.00 1.00 

30.00 20.00 
1.50 12.50 
3.52 4.05 

4.08 

5.00 4.00 

5.00' 

2,00 2.00 
1.00 2.00 


SI. 32 
2.00 

20.00 
1.50 
4.05 
4.57 
4.00 
5.00 
5.00 


$2.00 
2.00 

41.78 
2.00 
7.42 
5.75 
5.25 
8.00 






S7.32 




"§7^00 


SI. 00 

7.00 
1.00 




7.00 


Boonville 


J.H Spaulding 

R. P. Coram 

R. P. Coram 

W. H.Beamer 

J. T. Kirk . 


9 233 
12i 93 
1 164 
4 134 
51 107 
5; 198 
11 166 


125.78 


Charity 


18.50 
19.04 








515.00 


29.37 






2.42 


20.67 


Flat Rock 


W. H. VanHoy 

T.C. Myers 

O.J. Martin 

J. H. Spaulding 

G.M.Burcham 

G. M.Burcham 

W.V. Brown 

T. C. Myers 


18.00 


Forbush 


5.75 




1.00 
1.00 




15.75 


Friendship 


3 06 90 
18 63 69 
1' 83 55 
9 49 109 
9; 134 75 
15 43 1 50 


2.001 


6.00 




3.81 
1.00 




2.50 

1.50 

16.00 

2.00 




6.31 


Island Ford 


1.00 




.. 


.50 




4.00 
16.00 


Oak Grove 

Oak Rido'e " 


1 00, 1.00 


1.00 





.50 





5.50 


Richmond Hill 

Sandy Springs 

Shady Grove 

Swaims' 


SS'Siay 


■"5 '261 
117 


'iio 

6? 


1 
2.'89l--I- 
2.00 2.00 
1.00' 1.00 

2.00 

1.00 1.50 
6.00 2.13 
5.00 


5."37 
2.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


""io.'oo 

2.00 
2.00 
3.00 
3.10 
12.68 
5.00 









18726 


G F Hogue 




1.00 
1.00 





9.00 


W.V. Brown 

R. P. Coram 

T. C. Mvers 


17 217 
7, 123 


68 


6.00 
6.00 


West Bend 


3 42 36 
101 56 61 

3 34 84 




.50 
2.00 


"I'.ll 


7.10 


Yadkin Valley 


E. W. Turner 

J.H. Spaulding 


22.81 
14.19 










Total 


152 24031691 


80.77i 56.18 


58.81 


141.73' 7.00 


18. 92 


19.19 


382.60 












1 









YANCEY— 1906. 



Ayles Creek 


S.D.Tipton 





26' 




1. 00 




1 1 


1 00 


162 - 


51.09 24.75, 13.11 


10.00 


1" 1 


98. P5 




J D.King 




304 
70 

135 
64 










B.B. Kiddle 

M W Wilson 


8 





5. 00 5. 00 






10.00 


Byrd's Chapel 








J.C.Thomas 

B.B. Riddle 

W. A. Robeison ... 
E. D. Silver 


3 
4 

'"ii 


40 


1.00 1.00 1 . 


j 




2.00 




92; 75 
279-... 
177 .50 


1.00 5.00 2.00 .95 
2.00 8.00 


i.05 






10.00 


Cane River 




— 


10.00 




J F. Sams 


ifs 

95 




1 


1 






Coflee Ridge 


J. I. Farnor 






■ 


1 












,56 




1 






Elk Shoals . - 


B.B. Riddle 




197 


.80 .80 .J 








1.60 


Higgin's Chapel 


J.D. King 


3 
1 


70 
70 
42 




.50 1.00' 






1.50 


J.D.King 


















mill" "'i'ooiiirii" '-'". 













S.D.Tipton 




73 40 


1.00 


Laurel Brrnch 

Mi Mitchell 


B.B. Riddle. 


3 


194 
56 
69 
90 
23 
39 
128 
100 
25 
52 





1. 10 8. 62 3. 15 
1.00 


::::::: j:::::: 


— 


12.t<7 
1.00 




M.W.Wilson 








1 




Alt Pleasant 


W.H. Sparks 


7 


68 


2.00 2.00 1.00 








5.00 


Mine Fork 










Peterson's Chapel — 


J F. Sams 






I 1 










10 

1 
3 

1 




1 I 










S; D.Tipton 

J.C.Thomas 

B.B. Riddle 




1 








Pleasant Gap 

South Toe 






1 








46 


1 1.00 








l.UO 














Zlon 


J.F.Sams 


1 


102 


76 


2.16 7.26 








9.42 




ssociation 


1 8.07 


6.05 








14.12 






56 


''934 


451 




1 






Total 


64.15 75.00 21.26! 18. 9o! 1.05 






179. 46 





















Yancey has 20 Sunday Schools, 106 officers and teachers and 900 scholai-s, says American Baptist 
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115 



SUNDAY SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

Figures for 1906 from Associations marked thus *. C in financial column signifies that contribu- 
tions were sent to Treasurer but not reported in Associational Minutes. 



Associations. 



Alexander 

Alleghany-Grayson 

Ashe 

Beulah 

Bladen 

Brier Creek ._ — 

Brunswick* 

Brushy Mountain 

Buncombe 

Caldwell 

Cape Fear-Columbus* 

Carolina 

Catawba River* 

Cedar Creek 

Central 

Chowan 

Eastern 

Elkin* 

Flat River 

French Broad* 

Green River 

Haywood* 

Johnston 

KiQgs Mountain 

Liberty* 

Liberty-Ducktown* 

Little River ; 

Macon 

Mecklenburg-Cabarrus — 

Mitchell 

Montgom ery * 

Mount Zion 

Neuse-Atlantic 



24 
11 
29 
14 

21 
28 
23 

32 
32 
36 
22 
31 
22 
31 
59 
36' 
12 
37 
27 
43 
21 
36 
37 
26 
28 
23| 
25: 
24j 
34 
19 
43 
46 

New Found*-- I 27i 

26! 
27i 
50 
3li 
47 i 
45 
32 
50 
23 
37i 
24' 
21' 
14: 
25' 
100 
34' 
35 
23 
27i 



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o 



Pee Dee 

Piedmont 

Pilot Mountain 

Raleigh 

Robeson 

Sandy Creek 

Sandy Ran 

South Fork . 

South River 

South Yadkin 

Stanly* 

Stone Mountain 

Stony Fork* 

Surry* 

Tar River 

Tennessee River* 

Three Forks 

Transylvania* 

Tuckaseigee 

Union 

West Chowan 

Wesiern North Carolina — 

Wilmington 

Yadkin 

Yancey 



Total 1850 16' 



* o fl 

«a2 t. 



3, 

459 
1,627 

878 
1,961 
3,236 
1,722 
2,196 
3,445 
2,669 
3,768 
2,784 
2,628 
2,392 
4,316 
9,426 
3,732 
1,037 
4,968 
3,066 
4, 745 
1,955 
3,209 
7,005 
2,472 
2,461 
2,782 
2,517 
3,072 
3,085 
1,378 
7,005 
3,310 
1,996 



5, 232 
4,291 
5,769 
4,045 
5,331 
4,838 
2, 835 
4, 144l 
2,643| 
1,059 
1, 133' 
1,578 

10,977 
2,561 
3,440 
2,143 
1,948 
4,280 

11,281 
1,750 
3,772 
2, 403 
2,934 






1,165 
190 
773 
569 
871 
1,594 
1, 162 
1, 839 
3,124 
1,95") 
1,366 
1,754 
1,651 
1,625 
3,22S 
5,726 
1,967 
1,500 
2,789 
2,091 
2,491 
1,376 
2,685 
3,691 
2,045 
1 , 531 
2,133 
1,596 
3, 137 
1,571 
796 
5,757 
2,953 
(?) 750 
1,565 
3,091 
5, 129 
5,065 
4, 154 
2,582 
3,281 
4, 057 
1,889 
3, 333 
1,740 
884 
813 
1,306 
8,216 
1,929 
2, 472 
1,474 
1,317 
2, 291 
6, 547 
1,684 
2, 505 
1,691 
1,006 



202,184 139,46711,050, 3, 



72 
24 
72 
60 
67 
126 
80 
102 
230 
110 
126 
13 
12 
240 
281 
631 
213 
150 
234 
140 
240 
89 
199 
284 
151 
60 
140 
132 
189 
92 
75 
379 
285 
60 
162 
209 
393 
172 
366 
251 
278 
332 

2io: 

255! 
164 



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a ° 



117 

76 



66 



139 
276 
169 



224 

)8 

100 

198 



57 



190 
208 
116 
186 
115 



174 



123 
93 
90! 10 
50 



60;. 




6 


704j 


321 


10 


78 


46 


3 


209 


29 


2 


103 _ 






122- 




184 


ia5 




505' 






110 


12 


6 


210'. 




1 


130, 


4(1 




106'- 






1 





us 



5 '^.2 



10,. 



$24.98 
7.02 



C 
7.25 
12.50 
44.00 

4.20 
C 



C 

36.95 

80.01 

41.16 

11.16 



61.17 
10.00 



C 
64 89 



37.99 
C 



OcSg , 

a o 3 «> 



' 2 /■^'^ 



175.38 
58.09 



14.36 

37.34 

5.52 

128.99 

107.39 

24.17 

10.00 

48.46 

16,97 

C 



105. 53 
C 
5.52 



7.12 
19.19 



8591,210.30 

I 



Standing. 



* 5 

* 5 

* 57 

* 1 2 5 6 7 

* 5 

* 5 7 

* 5 7 

* 5 67 

* 5 6 7 

* 1 2 5 6 7 

* 5 6 7 

* 1 2 5 6 7 

* 5 7 

* 5 6 7 

* 5 6 7 

* 5 6 7 

* 5 67 

* 1 2 4 5 6 

* 5 6 7 
D * 5 6 7 

8 * 5 6 7 

6 * 5 7 
.4 * 5 6 7 
3 * 5 6 7 
.1 * 5 7 
3 * 5 6 

7 * 5 6 7 
6 * 5 6 7 

9 * 4 5 6 7 
fi * F, 



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* 5 

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* 5 6 7 

* 5 

* 5 6 7 
18 * 4 5 6 7 
25 * 2 5 6 7 
12 * 1 2 4 5 6 7 

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25 

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11 * 5 6 7 



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* 56 7 

* 5 6 7 

* 5 6 7 

* 1 2 5 6 ■; 

* 5 6 

* 5 6 

* 1 2 5 6 
*5 6 7 
*5 6 7 

* 2 5 67 

* 5 6 

* 5 6 

* 5 6 7 

* 5 6 7 

* 1 2 6 

* 5 6 7 

* 5 6 7 
* 5 



Standards: * 1, means a Sunday School in every church ; *2, as many Sunday Schools (including 
branch schools) as churches; *.3, every Sunday School evergreen ; *4, larger Sunday School enroll- 
ment than church membership; * 5, S. S Conventions, Unions or Institutes during the year; *6, 
every school reported in associational minutes; *7, contributes to "Sunday School Missions." 



116 



N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



BLA]S'KS AND CO^'TRIBUTIXG CHURCHES 










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Churches con- 
tributing to 
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9 
8 
8 

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5 

13 

12 

13 
9 

13 
4 
6 

25 

5 

6 

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4 
18 

4 
11 

4 
21 
10 

5 
18 
10 

3 

8 
15 

I 

11 
3 
8 
4 
7 
4 
9 
4 
5 
24 
16 
12 
9 
13 
4 
11 
13 
8 
3 
16 


2 
5 
17 
13 
18 


1 
2 
3 
11 
16 


22 
4 
5 
9 
16 
20 
18 
17 
20 
20 
27 
17 
23 
19 
27 
43 
35 


11 

3 
15 










1 




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1 


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1 










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11 


12 
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19 
16 
18 
10 
25 
12 
23 
18 
30 
46 
35 


18 
14 
19 

8 
24 

9 
15 
16 
28 
41 
33 


17 
20 
23 
26 
22 
16 
24 
19 
28 
45 
36 
5 
33 
20 
33 
11 
33 
35 
36 


4 
4 
2 
2 

7 


16 

11 

- -. 

18 


3 
6 
12 
3 


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3- 


3 






1 




1 


6 


8 


Caldwell 


3 


Cape Fear-Columbus* 


1 


5 






4 








1 

2 
20 
28 
24 


4 
10 
13 
30 
30 






5 


Cedar Creek 


1 


2 
1 
12 
4 


3 
10 
6 
4 


4" 

5 
3 


2 




1 




3 


11 










7 


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2 
•5 
1 

12 


33 

12 

32 

5 

a5 

36 

36 

4 

22 

9 

17 

10 

16 

42 

39 

14 

25 

26 

43 

29 

46 

40 

29 

44 

22 

32 

22 

5 

6 

16 

93 

6 

6 

2 

6 

33 

49 

11 

.30 

20 

8 


32 

7 
31 

6 
34 
34 
35 

3 

22 
12 
16 

7 
16 
39 
39 


32 

8 
33 

9 
34 
35 
37 

6 
22 
10 
19 

8 
16 
42 
37 


14 

2 


21 


11 

1 


7 


3 






6 




1 
3 


/ 












10 




32 
32 
30 


31 
32 
31 


31 
2 
2 


30 
2 
2 


1 






1 


1 


Liberty* 










1 
1 
4 
1 
2 

""2 
8 

1 
1 


18 


Little River 




21 
13 
12 
5 
16 
42 
68 
15 
25 
24 
47 
31 

a 

40 
26 
37 
19 

as 

22 

4 

6 

10 

79 

9 

28 

4 

13 

35 

31 

11 


13 


15 


18 


10 


1 






8 






2 


11 




i 

1 

1 

28 

14 


4 




1 

1 
1 


17 




15 
33 
33 


13 
37 
32 


""32" 

29 


3 




1 




9 






10 






25 
23 
22 
31 
45 
40 
28 
33 
14 
31 
23 
1 


25 
23 
42 
29 
46 
41 
28 
38 
19 
33 
23 
1 


16 
22 
21 
19 
31 
25 
2 

11 
3 
28 
20 


25 

19 

3 

24 

29 
16 
21 
19 

6 
29 
21 

2 


3 

14 

1 

21 

21 

7 

1 

10 

4 


2 
13 

'"'1.5" 
15 
3 
1 
3 
1 
1 


1 






1 


Pilot Mountain 


2 


6 


6 










1 
2 




Sandy Creek - _ - 


2 


3 
3 


South Fork- .-. 


1 


4 


2 


South River 








4 

1 


3 


Stanly* 




1 










15 






2 






6 






9 
59 
12 
13 

5 

5 
34 
49 

9 

29 
14 
14 


8 
41 

4 
24 

4 

9 
35 
49 
11 


20' 
5 
3 


7 
28 






3 




1 


8 
2 

1 
4 

1 
3 
6 
2 

1 
7 


16 


7 


7 




16 


Three Forks 




4 


3 

1 


2 


2 






17 


Tuckaseigee 


1 

1 










13 


11 
45 

1.5' 
1 


19 
27 
4 
20 
12 






1 








2 


Western North Carolina 






9 


29 32 
15 21 
5 3 


3 
2 


3 
1 


2 


Yadkin 


1 




Yancey* - 




Total 


26 


136 


547 


[l,3l8 


1,159 


1,227 1,389 


620 


715 


302 


18.5 


308 



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120 



N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION". 



WOMA]S''S MISSIONARY UNION. 

Embracing Woman's Missionary Societies, Young Women's Auxiliaries 
and Sunbeam Societies. 



Associations. 



Vice-President for Association. 



Alexander 

Alleghany-Grayson — 

Ashe 

Atlantic 

Beulah - 

Bladen '- 

Brier Creek 

Brushy Mountain 

Buncombe 

Brunswick 

Caldwell 

Cape Fear-Columbus 

Carolina 

Catawba River 

Cedar Creek 

Central 

Chowan 

Eastern 

El kin 

Flat River 

French Broad 

Green River 

Haywood 

Johnston 

Kings Mountain 

Liberty 

Liberty-Ducktown 

Liittle River 

Macon 

Mecklenburg-Cfibarrus — 

Mitchell 

Montgomery 

Mt. Ziou 

Neuse 

New Found — 

Pee Dee 

Piedmont 

Pilot Mountain 

Raleigh — 

Robeson .— 

Sandy Creek 

Sandy Run 

South Fork 

South River 

South Yadkin 

Stanly 

Stone Mountain 

Stony Fork 

Surry 

Tar River 

Tennesser River 

Three Forks 

Transylvania 

Tuckaseigee 

Union 

West Chowan 

Western North Carolina- 
Wilmington 

Yadkin 

Yancey 

No Association given 



Mrs. W.C. Fields, Sparta 

Mrs. H. A. Eller, Berlin 

Mrs. C. B. Paul, Batchelor 

Mrs. Matlie Jennings, Blanche 

Mrs. S. D. Singletary, Bladeuboro. 



Mrs. W.F.Staley, North Wilkesboro. 

Miss E. A. Draughou, Asheville 

Mrs. David Ward. Suburb 

Mrs. J. V. MeCall, Lenoir 

Mrs. Lucy Williamson, Whiteville 

Mrs. W. N. Edgeiton, Hendersonville. 

Mrs. R. L.Spain hour, Morgan ton 

Mrs. D. C. Rogers, Hope Mills 

Miss Mary Taylor, Wake Forest 

Mrs. Daisy Spruill, Columbia 

Mrs. Florence H. Stewart, Clinton 



29 ' 

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Mrs. 
Mrs. 
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Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs 



Ewe Street, Mill Creek 

M.G. Hudgins, Marshall 

A. L. Graj son, Rutherfordton 

W. C. Allen, Wayuesville 

Ashley Home, Clayton 

William Archer, Shelby 

P. S. Vann Wallburg 

B. M. Ledford, Ranger 

J. W.Gooch, Dunn 

M. L. Richman, West's Mills _ 

L. D. Price, Charlotte 4 

Lucreiia Young, Ledger 

W. L. Wright, Troy 

Chas. L.Haywood, Durham ... 

H. L. Grant, Goldsboro 

A. H. Hipps, Spring Creek 

T. B. Henry, Wadesboro 

R. \V. Stone Greensboro 

A. L. Betls. Winston-Salem 

J.H. Weathers. Raleigh 

R. D. Caldwell, Lumberton 

Minnie Holding, Sanford 

T. G. Hamrick.Caroleeu 

H. B. Moore. Gastonia 

S. A. Howard, Saiemburg 

Delia Burke, Statesvllle. 

B. \\'. N. Simms. Albemarle ... 
J. S. Kilby, Trap Hill 



Mrs. W. L. Reece, Dobson 

Mrs. S. Justus Everett, WlUiamston. 



Mrs. J. F. Davis, Boone 

Mrs. W. H. Duckworth. Brevard . 

Mrs. W. E. Gaillard, Sylva 

Mrs. T. B. AshcraU. Monroe 

Miss Essie Wynn. Union 



Mrs. Georgia Pritchard, Wilmington . 
Miss Martha SuUinger, Burnsville „ . 



15.37 
171.59 



Total ' ,994 20, 804. 



Many Societies have not reported membership figures this year. The aggre- 
gate is not less than 12,000. 



HISTORICAL DATA. 121 

OFFICERS WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION OF NORTH CAROLINA. 

President: Miss Fannie E. S. Heck, Raleigh. 

Vice-Presidents: Mrs. Livingston Johnson, Raleigh; Mrs. D. T. Sasser, 
.Durham; Mrs. D. Rich, Winston- Salem; Mrs. S. H. Burt, Wilming- 
ton; Mrs. W. R. Gwaltney, Hickory. 

Corresponding Secretary: Mrs. Hight C. Moore, Raleigh. 

Treasurer: Mrs. W. N. Jones, Raleigh. 

Recording Secretary: Mrs. J. H. Weathers, Raleigh. 

Secretary Young Woman's Auxiliary: Miss Mary K. Applewhite, 
Raleigh. 

Band Superintendent: Miss Elizabeth N. Briggs, Raleigh. 

Central Committee, Raleigh; Mrs. J. R. Barkley, Mrs. J. A. Briggs, 

Mrs. T. H. Briggs, Mrs. N. B. Broughton, Miss Susan Clark, 

.Mrs. Walter Clark, Mrs. J. S. Farmer, Mrs. J. C. Massee, Miss 

Maud Reid, Mrs. W. C. Tyree; Mrs. R. E. Royall, Wake Forest. 

The next meeting of the Union will be held at Gastonia, the fourth 

week in March, 1908. 



COLORED BAPTISTS IN NORTH CAROLINA. 

[Compiled from American Baptist Year Book, 1907.] 

Associations, 44; churches, 1,326; ordained ministers, 995; baptisms, 
7,425; total membership, 146,713. 

Sunday schools, 1,058; officers and teachers, 5,092; total enrollment, 
63,741; Sunday school expenses, $11,785.48. 

Number of meeting-houses, 1,115; value of church property, $600,978. 

Contributions for church expenses, $124,250; State Missions, $7,005.- 
03; Home Missions, $4,941.90; Foreign Missions, $6,424.62; Bible and 
publication work, $1,826.39; Education, $9,885.15; Miscellaneous, $4,628.- 
35, Total, $169,231.26. 



NORTH CAROLINA STUDENTS NOW ATTENDING THE SOUTH- 
ERN BAPTIST THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, LOUISVILLE, K. Y. 

Thirty students were registered from North Carolina early in Novem- 
ber: Ira E. D. Andrews, W. W. Barnes, J. S. Cobb, J. R. Cullom, H. C. 
Dunn, B. E. Dunn, E. M. Harris, M. L. Harris, L. C. Honeycutt, C. A. 
Sigmon, J. D. Howell, D. J. Hunt, A. V. Joyner, J. M. Justice, C. A. 
Leonard, J. C. Linney, L. A. Parker, J. A. Snow, Zeno Wall, W. E. 
Watkins, J. B. Weatherspoon; the following being accompanied by their 
wives: T. B. Davis, C. V. Brooks, T. J. Owen, R. A. McFarland, E. R. 
Harris, C. M. Murchison, C. T. Tew, Jesse McCarter and E. C. Andrews. 

The following young ladies from North Carolina are registered in 
the Woman's Missionary Training School: Miss Gertrude Abernethy, 
Miss Beulah Bowden, Miss Cora E. Ervin and Miss Irene Haire. 



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HISTORICAL TABLE 



Year 



1830 
1831 
1832 
1833 
1834 
1&35 
1836 
1837 
1838 
1839 
1840 
1841 
1842 
1843 
1844 
1845 
1846 
1847 
1848 
1849 
1850 
1851 
1852 
1853 
1854 
1855 
1856 
1857 
1858 
1859 
1860 
1861 
1862 
1863 
1864 
1865 
1866 
1867 
1867 
186S 
1869 
1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 
1891 
1892 
1893 
1894 
1895 
1896 
1897 
1898 
1899 
1900 
1901 
1902 
1903 
1904 
1905 
1906 
1907 



Place of Meet ins 



Greenville 

Rogers' Cross Roads.. 

Reeve's Chapel 

Cartledge's Creek 

Cashie 

Union- Camp Ground- 
County Line 

May's Chapel 

Brown's 

Grassj' Creek 

Johnston Liberty 

do 

Meherrin 

Boiling Springs 

Raleigh 

do 

do 

Fiiendship 

Rockford 

Oxford 

Louisburg 

Wilmington 

Smlthfleld 

New Bern 

Fayetteville 

Warrenton 

Raleigh 

Hertford— 

Raleigh 

Charlotte 

Goldsboro 

Raleigh 

Wake Forest 

Raleigh 

Warreuton 

Forestville 

Raleigh 

Wilmington 

Goldsbc^ro 

Hillsboro 

New Bern 

Raleigh 

Charlotte 

Fayetteville 

Warreuton 

Wilmington 

Shelby 

Raleigh 

Durham 

Charlotte 

Oxford 

Goldsboro 

Winston 

Warrenton 

Edenton 

Elaleigh 

ReidsviHe 

Wilmington 

Durham 

Greensboro 

Henderson 

Shelby 

Goldsboro 

Raleigh 

Elizabeth City 

Charlotte 

Greensboro 

Morgauton 

Oxford 

Greenville 

Asheville 

Raleigh 

Winston-Salem 

Durham 

Charlotte 

Elizabeth City 

Raleigh 

Greensboro 

Wilmington 



President. 



Patrick W. Dowd 

do 

Wm. P. Riddle 

do 

Alfred Dockery 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Thomas Meredith .. 

do 

Alfred Dockery 

Thomas Meredith .- 

do 

A fred Dockery 

do 

James MacDaniel __ 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Samuel G. Mason 

W. T. Brooks 

do 

do... 

do 

do.. 

.J. M. Heck 

John Kerr 

C.M.Cooke 

John Kerr 

Wm. A. Gi"abam, Jr. _ 
Needham B. Cobb... 

do 

do 

J.C. Scarborough 

do 

do. 

C.T.Bailey 

do 

W. H. Pace 

do 

L.L.Polk 

do 

R. H. Marsh 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do... 

do 

do 

do 

do 

W. N. Jones 

do 

J.B.Carlyle 



Recording Secretaries. 



R. S. Blount 

N. G. Smith 

A. J. Battle 

Amos J. Battle 

do 

James MacDaniel .... 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

J.J. Finch 

do 

John B.White 

J. J. Finch 

do 

J. J. Palmer 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

A. McDowell 

George W.Johnson 

J. B. Solomon 

do 

do 

do - 

W. T. Brooks... 

do 

J.D. Hufham 

do T.J. Knapp 

do 

do C. E. Dunn 

do W. J. Palmer 

do T. M. Hughes 

J. L. Carroll, G. W. Sanderlin .. 

do „ do 

do do 

do do 

N. B . Cobb, N. B. Broughton 

do do 

do C. M. Cooke 

do F. R. Underwood. 

J. D. Hufham do 

do do 

do Wm. Biggs 

Wm. Biggs, G. W Greene 

do N. I. Shaw 

.. do N. B. Broughton. 

do W. L. Wright 

N. B. Broughton, N. L. Shaw... 

do do 

do do 

do G. W. Greene. 



do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
.do 
. do N . B. Cobb 



do. 

do 

.do. 
.do- 
do. 



.do. 

.do. 

-do. 

.do. 

.do . 

.do 

.do. 

.do 

.do. 

.do. 

.do . 

.do. 

.do 

.do. 

.do. 

.do . 



do.. 

do 

do 

-do 

.Highi C. Moore— 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



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OF THE CONVENTION. 



Correspondiug Secretary. 


Treasurer. 


Preacher of Introductory 
Sermon. 




Henry Austin 

do 


Samuel Wait. 


do 


John Armstrong. 


do 


.do 


William P. Biddle. 


do - 


Charles McAlister .„ 
_do 


David S.Williams. 


do - 


(Minutes Mutilated). 


do 


William Roles 

Amos J. Battle 

do . 


John Kerr. 


do 


John Armstrong. 
A.J. Battle. 


William H.Jordan 


do 


do 


James S. Minis. 


do - - 


... .do . 


John Armstrong. 


do . 


do. 


J. J. Finch. 


.do 


do - 


Wm. Hill Jordan. 


do . - 


James S. Purefoy 

- - .do 


J. J. Finch. 


do - — — 


Eli Phillips. 


S.J. Wheeler. 


do 


R.McNabb. 




do 


G. M. Thompson. 


do 


do 


W. T. Brooks. 




do 


J. 8. Purefoy. 




do. 


David S. Williams. 




. . do 






do 


John B. White. 




do . 


Wm. Hooper. 


do 


do 


James MacDanlel. 




do 


R.I. Devin. 


T. S. Yarborough 


do . 


A. McDowell. 




do 


T. W.Tobey. 
Address by President. 


do - 


do . 


T.E. Skinner 


do 


T.E. Skinner. 


A, J. Emerfcon _ .. 


do - 


T. H. Pritchard. 




. - do 


J. S Walthall. 


B. F Marable 


S.S. Biddle 

James S. Purefoy 

do 


H. Petty. 




John Mitchell. 


N.B.Cobb* 


N.B.Cobb. 




do . 


Address by President. 
W.M.Win gate. 


do 


-.- do - 


do . 

W.T. Walters- _ 


do 

do 


A. McDowell. 
J. B. Hardwick. 


do 


do . 


James P. Boyce, of S.Carolina. 
J . L. Carroll. 


do 


do 


do 


do 




do . 


do 


J L. Carroll 




do 


William Royall. 
W. M. Wingate. 


do 


John G. Williams 

do .. 


.. .do 


J. C. Hirten. 


do 


do. 


R.H. Marsh. 




do 


C.T.Bailey. 


do 


do 


H. A. Brown. 


do -— 


do. .. 


T. W. Babb. 


do 


N. B. Broughton 

Jordan Womble.Jr.. 

B. F. Montague 

do 


(Not recorded). 
J.A.Mundy. 
R. H. Griffith. 




do . . 


do 


F.H.Jones. 


do . 


do 


T.E. Skinner. 


do 


do 




do - . 


do 


A. G. McManaway. 


do - .. . 


JohnT. PuUen 

.. .do 


do 


J. M. McManaway. 


do 


T.H.Briggs 


R. T. Vann. 


do . 


Fabius H. Briggs 

W.S. Qrandy 


H. W. Battle. 




B Cade. 


do 


J. D. Boushall 

. -.do 


J. S. Dill. 


do .. 


T.H. Pritchard. 


do.- 


do 


Thomas Hume. 


do 


do 


J.S. Hardaway. 
J W.Carter. 


do 


do 


do 


do 


T. J. Taylor. 
A.M.Simms. 


John E.White 


do 


do 


do 


J. B. Richardson. 


do. - -.. . 


do- 


A. C. Barron. 


do 


do 


W. S. Penick 


do 


. - .do 


R.T. Vann. 


Livingston Johnson 

do 


Walters Durham 

do -_ 


W. M. Vines. 
W. C. Tyree. 
C.S. Blackwell. 


do 


- do 


.do..-„ 


.do 


C. W. Duke. 


do 


do . 


J. W. Lynch. 
J.M.Frost (of Tenn) 
Fred. D.Hale. 


do . 


do .. 


do 


do 


do 


do 


W. R. Bradshaw. 









♦Superintendent of Army Colportage and Missions for three years. 



LIST OF ORDAINED MINISTERS. 

Reported pastors marked thus * . 



Abernathy, R. B., Hildebrand. 

Abernathy, J. W., ^latthews. 
*Adams, G. W., Fair Plains. 
*Adams, J. Q., Charlotte. 
*Adams, M. A., Ahoskie. 

Adams, N. A., Rusk. 
*Adams, J. J., Whiteville. 

Adderton, W. S., Denton. 
•Alderman, J. 0. Mege. 
*Alderman, J. M., Delway. 

Aldridge, J. B., Saluda. 
*Allen, N. J., Belcross. 

Allen, John. Waverly. 

Allison, O. A., Penrose. 
*Allison, E., Brevard. 

Aman, D. F., Marines. 
*Ammons, J. A. Needmore. 
*Ammons, John, ilars Hill. 

Anderson, J. W., Asheville. 
*Annas, J. R., Saw Mills. 

Arnette, H. B., Crossmore. 
*Arnette, J. M., Durham. 

Arrington, J. A., Mars Hill. 
*Arrington, T. F., Waynesville. 
♦Arrington, C. C, Mt. Airy. 

Arrowood, A. W., Mars Hill. 
*Ayscue, J. E., Greenville. 
*Atkinson, J. W., Neuse. 
♦Austin, D. M., Charlotte. 

Austin, J. H. Hamlet. 
*Ayers, W. A., New Bern. 

*Bailey, L. J., Walnut Run. 

Bain, G. A., Dunn. 
*Baker, T. J., Parkton. 
*Baker, A. C, Monroe. 

Baldwin, M., Huntsville. 

Baldwin, J. R., Silas Creek. 
•Ballard, W. S., Clarkton. 
♦Ballard, J. M., Macpelah. 
♦Bangle, P. W., Lincolnton. 

Barker, A. N., Grade. 

Barker, H. M., Peaclitree. 
♦Barker, J. M., Lomax. 

Barker, W. F., Bud. 
♦B.^rnesj S. B., Branning. 
♦Barnes, K., Orrum. 

* Parrett, W. C, Durham. 

♦ Barrett, W. A. Star. 
♦Barrett, J. L., Pinnacle. 

Barr, J. S. Pinckton. 



*Bans, W. L., Old Fort. 
♦Battle, H. W., Kinston. 
*Baucom, H. W., Wake Forest. 
♦Beach, J. J., Kings Mountain. 
♦Beach, W. R., Raleigh. 
♦Beam, J. A., Leaksville. 
♦Beamer, W. H., Mt. Airy. 
♦Beaver, C. E., Abernethy. 

Beaver, J. T., Burnsville. 
♦Beck, A. L., Oconalufty. 
♦Beck, A. W., Penrose. 
^'Beeker, S. J., Spray. 

Bell, J. W., Faison! 
♦Benfield, J. G., Dogwood. 
♦Bennett, S. W., Lincolnton. 
♦Bennett, S. C, Bridge water. 
♦Bennett, J. L. Wingate. 
♦Bennett, J. M., Burgaw. 

Bennett, R. J., New Hill. 

Bentley, J. A., Pilot Mountain. . 

Betts, Alvin, Raleigh. 
♦Betts, A. L., Winston-Salem. 

Betts, S. J., Raleigh. 
♦Bilbro, W. L., Pollocksville. 

Bingham, D. A., Mulberry. 
♦Binkley, J. N., Harmony. 
♦Bivens, J. A., Monroe. 

Blackburn, S., Bud. 
♦Black, C. J., Big Lick. 

Blackwell, J. W., Unaka. 
♦Blalock, J. C, Ledger. 
♦Blalock, T. L., Ching Kiang, 

China. 
♦Blalock, J. G., Oxford. 
jBlanchard, C. W., Raleigh. 

Bland, ^^ m., Hawley's Store. 
♦Blankenship, J. A. Indian Creek. 
♦Blanton, J. C, Kings Mountain. 
♦Blevins, C, New Life. 
♦Blevins, J. C, Grassy Creek. 
♦Blevins, W. J. A., New Life. 
♦Blevins, N. M., Green Cove, Va. 

Blevins, S., Dehart. 

Bobbitt, Walter, Vaughns. 

Bogert, C. P., Edenton. 
♦Bomar, E. E., Charlotte. 
♦Bonier, S. J., Cowpens, S. C. 
♦Boone, J. B., Hendersonville. 

Boone, J. R., Estatoe. 
♦Booth, J. H.. New Hill. 
♦Bostick, W. M., Onvil. 

+ Editor Biblical Recorder. 



ORDAINED MINISTERS. 



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Bostick, G. P., Shanghai, China. 

Bostick, W. D., Shanghai, China. 
*Bowen, J. D., Apex. 

Bowen, W. C, Galloway. 
*Bowers, J. P. Littleton. 

Boyd, J. P., Polkton. 
*Bradley, J. A., Beach. 
*Bradley, W. T., Morgan Hill. 
*Biadley, W. L., Etna. 

Bradshaw, James, Penley. 
fBradshaw, W. R., Hickory. 
*Brickhouse, L. C, Maple. 
■'^Bridges, Joseph Lattimore. 
*Bridges, S. A., Rutherfordton. 
^'Bridges, B. M., Mooresboro. 
*Bridges, T>. P., Smithfield. 

Bridges, J. B., Jugtown. 

Briggs, H. W., Swiss. 

Briggs, J. W., Mars Hill. 

Briggs, L. P., Grape Vine. 

Briggs, W. K., Briggsville. 

Bright, A., Spring Creek. 
*Briglit, A. J., Leaksville. 
*Brinkley, J. N., Net. 
*Brisson, W. L., Guyton. 

Brisson, W. M., Guyton. 
*Bristow, S. F., Elizabeth City. 
*Britt, D. C, Rutherfordton. 
*Britt, W. L., Davis. 
*Britt, P. T., Lumberton. 

Brock, S. R., Monroe. 
*Brooks, E. M., Albemarle. 
*Brookshire, J. L., Flat Rock. 
:}:Brown, A. E., Asheville. 
"Brown, Asa, Riverside. 
*Brown, T. L., Canton. 
*Brown, T. K., Black Mountain. 
*Brown, J. W., Trap Hill. 

Brown, C. C, Mt. Airy. 

Brown, S. F., McGrady. 
* Brown, L. A., Funston. 
*Brown, H. A., Winston-Saleni. 

Brown, S. D., Hamptonville. 
*Brown, \V. V., Cvcle. 
*Bryant, J. W.. Charity. 

Bryant, L., Cypress. 
*Buchanan, E., Garden City. 
*Buchanan, C. S., Dillsboro. 

Buchanan. H. B., Glen Avre. 

Buchanan, W. G., Elk Park. 

Buchanan. W. S., Clarissa. 

Buflf, P. F., Shoup's Ford. 
*Bullock, C. P., Clarendon. 
*Bumgardner, A. P., Caesar. 
*Bumgarner, W. J., Taylorsville. 
*Bunigarner, G. Z., Taylorsville. 
*Burns, A. F., Wahoo. 



*Burcham, G. M., Elkin. 
*Burchett, J. W., Knottsville. 
*Burger, G. F., Suit. 
*Burleson, A. M., Sylva. 
Burrell, L. C, Hayesville. 
*Byrd, R. L., Tolarsville. 

Cade, Baylus, Shelby. 
*Caines, S. J., Daisy, S. C. 

Caines, J. T., Shallotte. 

Caines, J. W., Shallotte. 
*Caines, W. R., Chadbourn. 
*Caldwell, C. A., Maiden. 
*Caldwell, M. R. N., Canton. 
*Cale, D., Potecasi. 
*Cale, J. F., Rich Square. 

Callahan, N. A., Shallotte. 

Calhoun, C. T., Medlin. 
*Calhoun, T. J., Medlin. 

Calloway, J. N., Jeiferson. 

Camp, T. C, Hayesville. 
*Campbell, J. A., Buie's Creek. 
*Campbell, Neal, Thaxton. 
^Campbell, W. P., Seven Springs. 

Campbell, W. T., Japan. 

Cannon, W. M., Whaley. 
*Carroll, R. D., Newton. 

Carroll, S. T., Virgil. 
*Carrick, Thomas, High Point. 
*Carlton, W. F., Wilbar. 
*Carson, J. T., Willetts. 

Carswell, S., Burningtown. 

Carter, I. M., Bernice. 

Carter, Henry, Garland. 
'"Carter, A. D., Garland. 

Carter, James, Laurel Branch. 
*Cashwell, C. S., Mocksville. 

Cashwell, J., Bladenboro. 
*Cashwell, R. N., Parkton. 
*Cassiday, W. A., Hayesville. 

Cathron, J. T., Hayesville. 
"Caudle, A. B., Wadesboro. 
'^Caudle, T. A., Courtney. 

Caudle, T. J., Charlotte. 
*Caudill, R. E., Dockery. 
'•'Chalin, A. F., Seven Springs. 
'•■"Chambliss, T. W., Wadesboro. 
•'Champion. R. C, Landrum. 

Chapman, H. R., Wake Forest. 
"Cheek, F. B., Whitehead. 

Childers, W. R., Taylorsville. 
■■'Church, G. H., Durham. 
*Chureh, W. N.. Summit. 
•^^Clarke, F. N., Mars Hill. 

Clark, D. J., Elizabethtown. 

Clark, M. L. Morganton. 
^'Clubb, C. C, Alexander. 



tEvangelist for Western N. C. 
jSec'y Mount'n Work, Home Board. 



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N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTIOlSr. 



Clenny, L. C, Silver. 
*Cobb, J. W., Lumber Bridge. 

Coley, W. J. Northside. 

Collier, R. D., Godwin. 
*Colly, J. D., Glencoe. 
♦Corner, W. T., Windy Gap. 
*Conrad, S. F., Charlotte. 

Conway, W. W., Granite Falls. 

Cook, Floyd, Cowarts. 

Cook, H. B., Medlin. 

Cook, J. H., Lark. 
*Cook, R. L., Addie. 
*Cook, W. N. Lenoir. 
*Cook, W. F., Rich Mountain. 
*Cole, C. D., Grantville. 

Cope, C. M., Trap Hil. 

Copeland. J. E.. Buck Spring. 
*Coppedge, G. W., Henderson. 

Corn, ]S. W., Lead. 

Corn, J. P., Flat Rock, 2. 

Corn, N. P. X., Outlook. 
*Coram, R. P., Boonville. 
*Cordell, J. C. Beech. 
*Cothren, Grant, Trap Hill. 
tCraig, B., Rocky Mount. 
*Crater, A. A., Wake Forest. 

Creasman, W. B., Asheville. 
*Cree, A., Embro. 
*Creech, Worley, Kenly. 
*Crews, R. W., Gernianton. 
*Crisp, John, Norris. 

Crisp, J. H. M., Bushnell. 

Crisp, J. F., Lenoir. 
*Crisp, S. M., Japan. 
*Crisp, E. D.. Lenoir. 

Crisp, R. H., Dorsey. 
*Crisp, T. J., Conetoe. . 
*Croom, H. M., Old Fort. 
*Cro3s, R. D., Morehead City. 

Crow, W., Grapevine. 
*Crudup, Josiah. Rockingham. 
*Crutchfield. T. S., Thomasville. 
*Cullom, W. R., Wake Forest. 

Cunningham, H. A., Swain. 
*Currant, J. M., Buck Shoal. 
*Curtis, L. M., Ahoskie. 

*Davenport, J. E. M.. Troy. 
*Davis, M. P., Coleraine. 
*Davis, W. H., Winton. 
*Davis, A. C, Olive Branch. 
*Davis, A. W., Webster. 
*Davis, J. F., Blowing Rock. 
♦Davis, P. S. C, Belhaven. 
*Davis, R. Lee, Hiddenite. 
Davis, D. C, Cove Creek. 
*Davis, W. R., Salisbury, 

fEvangelist for Eastern N. C. 



Day, F. N., Winston-Salem. 

Dehart, T. S., Etna. 

Dennis, J. D., Polk. 

Denton, J. R., Dysartville. 
*Devenny, J. V., Shelby, 3. 

Devin, R. I., Oxford. 
*Deweese, E. A., Murphy. 

Deweese, L., Outlook. 

Dietz, J. S., Pearson. 
*Dietz, T. F., Bryson City. 
♦Dills, M. S. Young Harris, Ga. 
♦Dixon, L. R., Goldston. 
♦Dixon, T., Fallston. 
♦Doan, J. R., Henderson. 
♦Dobson, J. H., Atkinson. 
♦Dowell, G. J., Williamston. 
♦Dowell, C. L., Carthage. 

Dowell, J., Jennings. 
♦Downey, J. W., East Durham. 

Dudley, H. L., Asheville. 
♦Duke, G. M., Mapleville. 

Duncan, J. W., Moravian Falls. 

Duncan, H. J., Clinton. 
♦Duncan, G. C, Leaksville. 

Dunn, W. C, Balsam Grove. 
♦Dunaway, A. B., Oxford. 
♦Dunaway, J. M., Spencer. 
♦Dunnigan, W. E., Durham. 
♦Durham, C. H., Lumberton. 

♦Early, B. G., Chalybeate Springs. 

Early, W. R., ]\Iarshall. 
"' ..^dmundson, John T., Raleigh. 

Edwards, A. A., Winnabow. 

Edwards, A. C, Leicester. 
♦Edwards, D. D., Gary. 
♦Edwards, C. E., Windsor. 

Edwards, J. E., Dell. 

Edwards, J. R., Needmore. 
♦Edwards, W. H., Wake Forest. 

Ellen, M. H., East Durham. 
♦Eller, J. F., Sweetwater. 

Filer, G. W., Jefferson. 
♦Eller, A. J., Wilbar. 
♦Filer, W. H., Greensboro. 

Ellington, E. P., Wake Forest. 
♦Elliott, Josiah, Hertford. 

Elliott, M. C, Rocky Pass. 
♦Elsom, P. G., Raleigh. 
♦Ervin, C. M., Hickory. 
♦Estridge, W. F., Waxhaw. 
♦Eudy, G. L., Effird's Mills. 
♦Eubanks, J. F., Bethel. 

Evans, W. J., Flats. 

JFarmer, J. S., Raleigh. 
Farmer, J. W., Hayesville. 

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*Farthing, C. S., Sweetwater. 
*Farthing, J. H., Sweetwater. 
♦Farthing, R. M., Hattie. 

Fender, A., Laurelton. 

Ferguson, P. A., Lambsville. 
*Ferrebee, J. B., Elizabeth City. 

Ferrell, B. S., Waxhaw. 
*Fiddler, F. L., Greensboro. 
♦Fields, C. F., Elkin. 

Fisher, Dave, Panther Creek. 
♦Fleetwood, J. C, Margarettsville. 
♦Fleming, J. M., Lumberton. 
♦Fletcher, J. F., Whitehead. 
♦Fontaine, P. H., Woodsdale, 2. 

Ford, D. B., xiito. 

Ford, T. N., Otto. 

Forester, J. S., N. Wilkesboro. 

Foster, J. A., Glass. 

Fox, J. K., Liledown. 

Fox, S. L., Vilas. 
♦Fox, E. L., Clinton. 
♦Franklin, James, Houck. 
♦Freeman, A. J., Bladenboro. 

Freeman, F. M., Bostic. 
♦Freeman, H. xv., Gerton. 

Freeman, J. M., Logan's Store. 
♦Freeman, T. N., Swain. 

Frisbie, T. J., Spring Creek. 

Fulford, W. J., Raeford. 

Ferguson, P. F., Lambsville. 
♦Fulbright, J. 0., Southport. 

Fuqua, S. W., Eagle Springs. 

Galloway, J. E., Galloway. 
♦Gay, P. L., Windsor. 
"Gentry, S. E., btate Road. 
♦Gibbs, N. H., Benson. 

Gibson, S. S., Hendersonville. 

Gibson, G. W., Nebo. 
♦Gilbert, R. M., Edneyville. 
♦Gillespie, J. C, Charlotte. 

Gilliam, E. R., Drew. 
♦Glenn, W. H., Grigsby. 
♦Glidewell, C. W.. Mayodan. 
♦Goforth, M. A., Little Pine Cr. 

Goforth, S. S., Lovelace. 

Gold, \Y. M., Shelby. 
*Goode, J. M., INIooresboro. 
♦Gooden, A. H., McCurdy. 

Gore, D. N., Tabor. 

Gonnell, G. W., Owonby. 

Gouge, J. A., Boonford. 

Gouge, D. A., Bandana. 

Gourley, Robert, Winston. 
♦Gower, C. E., Raleigh. 
♦Gragg, E. M., Grandfather. 

Graham, H. W., Swann Station. 
♦Gray, J. J., Etowah. 



Gray, W. F., Mahler. 
♦Green, Davi^, Whaley. 
♦Green, B. P., Mooresboro. 

Green, J. B., Forest City. 
♦Green, J. R., Clyde. 

Green, Solomon, Virgil. 
^Greene, Edmund, Sands. 
♦Greene, L. H., Bakersville. 

Greene, M. L., Ahoskie. 
♦Greene, S. M., Clarissa. 

Greene, J. A., Wake Forest. 

Griffin, J. Z., Baton. 

Griffin, J. W., Stanly. 

Griffith, S. N., Shooting Creek. 
^Griggs, W. L., Franklin. 
♦Grindstaff, I., Bakersville. 

Grizzard, R. W., Wallace. 
♦Guliedge, J. G., Monroe, 1. 
♦Gwaltney, J. P., Mt. Pisgah. 

Gwaltney, H. H., Vernon. 
♦Gwaltney, J. S., Nealsville. 
♦Gwaltney, L. P., Vashti. 
♦Gwyn, E. N., Gwyn. 

Hackney, J. D., Franklinville. 
♦Hackney, J. A., Kimesville. 
♦Hagaman, J. P., Blowing Rock. 

Hagaman, J. G., Sweetwater. 
^Hagwood, J. S., Raleigh. 
♦Haire, P. H., Fleetwood. 
♦Hale, Fred D., Wilmington. 
♦Hall, 0. L., Carmel. 
♦Hall, J. J., Fayetteville. 
♦Hall, L. P., Canton. 

Hall, J. W., Mars Hill. 

Hall, William, Cataloochee. 
♦Hall, W. G., Robersonville. 
♦Hall, S. W., Pinnacle. 
♦Ham, J. W., New Bern. 
♦Hamby, A. C, Greensboro. 

Hamby, J. H., Champion. 

Hamilton, L. C, Etowah. 

Hamilton, R. F., Etowah. 
♦Hampton, N. S., Bamboo. 

Hampton, J. C, Hayesville. 
♦Hamrick, B. M., Rutherfordton. 
♦Hamrick, W. C, Almond. 

Hamrick, F. C, Pump. 
♦Hamrick, J. M., Henrietta. 
♦Handy, E., Dehart. 

Haney, J. L., Old Fort. 

Harget, B. F., Kingwood. 

Hare, H., Gap Creek. 
♦Harmon, G. W., Ore Hill. 

Harman, J. M., Sugar Grove. 
♦Harrell, E. J., Lumber Bridge. 

Harrelson, H., Gaddysville. 
♦Harrelson, J., Clarendon. 



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N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



*Harrill, Z. D., Ellenboio. 
*Harrill, J. D., Shelby, 4. 
*Hairill, H. D., Forest City. 
*Harrill, G. P., Tarboro. 
^Harris, B. B., Dysartsville. 

Harris, D. J., Yanceyville. 
*Harris, L. S., Big Lick. 
*Harris, T. C, Forest City. 
*Harris, L. W., Eldorado. 
*Harris, J. M., Dogwood. 

Harris, Wm., Kapp's Mills. 

Harris, W. M., Zephyr. 
*Hart, A. J., Green Cove, Va. 

Hart, J. R., Eye. 
*Hart, T. W., Virgilina. 

Hartley, D. C, Minneapolis. 

Hartsell, J. M., Cameron. 

Hartsell, P. G., Big Lick. 

Harvey, M. A., Old Fort. 
* Hawkins, E. N., Shelby, 3. 
*Haymore, E. D., Mt. Airy. 
*Hayniore, C. C, Mt. Airy. 
*Ha'ymore, J. M., Sandford. 

Haynes, W., Grace. 
*Haynes, J. M., Clyde. 
*Haynes, W. L., Manito. 

Hayes, E. S., Saginaw. 

Hayes, W. L., Sanford. 

Heatherly, L. E., Saluda. 
*Hedgepeth, I. P., Orrura. 
*Hedgepeth, B. A., Barnesville. 
*Hedlev, Wm., Eeidsville. 

Hegle'r, D. L, Olin. 

Hefner, S. D., Hudson. 
"Heilig, J. A., Tarboro. 
•Henderson, G. J., Sussex. 
*Henderson, J. K., Roanoke Eapids 
'Henderson, G. J., Blaine. 

Hendren, J. H., Vashti. 
*Henley, J. M., Sanford, 3. 

Hensley, S. B., Burnsville. 

Hensley, T. A., Burnsville. 

Herabree, M. A., IMurphy. 

Hermon, P. E., Vilas. 

Herring, D. W., Ching Kiang. 
China. 
*Herring, E. H., Siler City. 
*Hester, E. C, Dublin. 

Hester, S., Bhidenboro. 
*Hewitt, D. L., Shallotte. 

Hice, J. H., Baton. 

Hickman, G. T., Winnabow. 
*Hilburn, D. H., Bladenboro. 

Hilbuni, L. W., Freeman. 
*Hilburn, Rufus M., Bladenboro. 

Hildebrand, I. M., Hickory. 
*Hilliard, J. M., Raleigh. 

Hilliard, S. C, Wake Forest. 



Hiuson, E. F., Elkin. 
*Hipps, R. H., Spring Creek. 
*Hobbs, L. M., Apex. 
■^Hocutt, J. C, Chapel Hill. 
*Hocutt, J. D., Ashton. 
*Hocutt, J. E., Nashville. 

Hodge, J. F., Pool. 
"Hogan, N. R., Murphy. 

Hogue, G. F., Boonville. 
*Hogue, H. J., Hewites. 
*Hogsed, W. D., Murphy. 

Holler, E., Phelps. 

Hollar, I., Olin. 
*Holleman, J. M., Apex. 
*HolIoman, W. A., Jonesville. 
*Hollovvay, L. M., Milton. 

Hollifield, A. P., Bostic. 
^Holmes, G. W., Henderson, 1, 
-*Holsclaw, T. C, Clotho. 
•Holt, E., Bluflf. 

Honeycutt, D., Clingman. 
*Honeycutt, G. A., Albemarle. 
"Honeycutt, R., Clinton. 
"Hood, T. J., Goldsboro, 4. 

Hooker, R. D., Henrietta. 

* Hooker, W. H., Alexander. 
Hooper, G. W., Robbinsville. 

*Hooper, L. W., Tuekasiegee. 

Hooper, P. G., Isa. 

Hooper, C. F., Clinton. 
■^*Hord, A. T., Cleveland. 

* Horner, K. C, Wilkesboro. 
"Horrell, R. W., Selma. 

* Hough, W. A., Cornelius. 
Howard, H. H., Bee Log. 
Howell, W. T., Wake Forest. 

* Howell, A. T., Murfreesboro. 
^Hoyle, J. A., Gastonia. 

Hudgins, B. A., Bat Cave. 

*Hudgins, Richard, Bat Cave. 

Hudson, Ambrose, Newton. 

* Hudson, L. L., Wake Forest. 
"Hudson, T. J., Gatesville. 

Hudson, D. J., Bessie. 

Hufham, J. D., Henderson. 
"Hughes, S. A., Valley. 
*Hull, W. F., Camp Creek. 
*Hulten, H. H., Charlotte. 

Hume, Thos., Chapel Hill. 

Humphrev, D. B., Lumberton,. 
No. 3. " 

Humphrey, W. A., Fayetteville. 

Humphrey, H. B., Abbottsburg. 
*Hunt, A.. Gamble's Store. 
*Hunter, A. D., Caiy. 

Hunter, A. D., Green Mountain. 

Huntley, \. . S., Bear Wallow. 

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*Hurst, W. T., Mt. Vernon Springs. 
"Hutchinson, J. H., Raleigh. 
*Hyde, H. H., Bryson City. 

♦Ingram, H. M., Star. 
*Ii-by, T. C, Waxhaw. 
*Irvin, A. C, Shelby, 5. 

Isaac, E., Hughes. 

Israel, L. I., Dunsmore. 
*Ives, S. Albert, Pine Bluff. 

*Jackson, B. P., Bright. 

Jackson, W. C, Asheville. 

Jackson, W. D., Grantville. 

Jackson, W. M., Flint. 
*Jackson, Elbert, Bright. 
*Jackson, J. B., Fairmont. 
*James, R. H., Olive Branch. 

Jameson, Wm., Swiss. 

Jarvis, J. F., Adley. 
*Jarvis, X. T., Jarvis. 

Jennings, T. L., Jennings. 

Jennings, S. S., Gray. 
*Jenkins, J. T., Wilson. 
*Jenkens, C. A., Statesville. 
*Jervis, C. E., Democrat. 
*Johnson, D. L., Downingsville. 

Johnson, E. M., Plum Tree. 

Johnson, E. O., St. Paul's. 

Johnson, J. A., Elizabethtown. 

Johnson, W. B., Grandeur, S. C. 
tJohnson, L., Raleigh. 
*Johnson, Wm. R., Cedar Creek. 

Johnson, R. K., Fries. 

Johnson, L. E., Fremont. 
*Johnson, J. B., Walnut Cove. 
*Jolly, J. R. Elkin. 

Jones, G. S., Hendersonville. 
*Jones, F. H., Reidsville. 
*Jones, Troy, Montezuma. 

Jones, R. T., Saluda. 

Jones, J. R., Royal. 
*Jones, J. W., Wake Forest. 

Jones, R. H., Roxboro, 5. 

Jones, Wm. H., Dana. 

Jones, W. J., Wake Forest. 
*Jordan, F. ]\I., Calvert. 
*Jordan, J. R., Star. 

Jordan, James, Franklinville. 
*Jordan, S., Robbinsville. 
*Jordan, W. P., Colerain. 
*Joyce, J. A., Sandy Ridge. 
* Joyner, A. V., > ■ ake Forest. 

Justice, A. A., Aetna. 

Justice, J. J., Blue Ridge. 
♦Justice, T. B., Franklinton. 
♦Justice, A. I., Fairview. 
♦Justice, C. B., Rutherfordton. 

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Kanot, J., Robbinsville. 

Keaton, T. C, Leaksville. 

Keller, Franklin, King's Creek. 
♦Keller, 0. A., Yanceyville. 
♦Kennedy, D. S.^ Warsaw. 
JKesler, M. L., Thomasville. 
♦Key, W. H., Gray. 
♦King, J. D., Wampler. 

King, J. E., Swansboro. 

King, M. C, Wingate. 
♦King, L. C, Hartland. 
♦King, T. C, Mars Hill. 
♦King, T. H., LaGrange. 
♦King, W. G. LaGrange. 
♦King, S. W., Balm. 
♦Kinsland, J. L., Franklin. 
♦Kirk, J. E., Mars Hill. 

Kirk, J. L., Newell. 

Kirk, J. T., Richmond Hill. 

Knight, W. F., Blowing Rock. 

Kuykendall, P. A., Dunn. 
♦Kuykendall, W. L., Saluda. 

Laflfoon, Paul, High Point. 

Lafi'oon, VV. J., Kerncrsville. 

Lancaster, J. F., Kerncrsville. 
♦Landrum, M. M., Rutherfordton. 

Laney, J. C., Wayside. 

Lanning, T. D., Emma. 
♦Lanning, Jeff, Denton. 

Lansdell, J. J., Durham. 
♦Larkins, J. D., Morganton. 
♦Lassiter, E. M., Apex. 
♦Lawhon, W. H. H., Carthage. 
♦Lawson, M. L., Hendersonville. 
♦Leach, M. J. Lassiter. 
♦Ledford, B. M., Ranger. 

Ledford, A. M., Otto.' 

Lee, W. F., Tipton. 
♦Lee, W. M., Summit. 

Lee, M. L., Fairmont. 
♦Leggett, B., Windsor. 

Leggett, R. J., Howelville. 

Lennon, J. P., Applewhite. 

Lester, J. H., Gee. 
♦Lewis, John, Southern Pines. 

Lewis, C. H., Gamble's Store. 
♦Lewis, L. G., Thomasville. 
♦Lewis, Joseph, Big Laurel. 

Lewis, J. L., Laurelton. 

Lily, Edmond, King's Creek. 

Limrick, R. L., Shelby. 
♦Lineberry, R. B., Manndale. 

Liner, J. R., Waynesville. 
♦Little, J. W., Jonesboro. 
♦Little, Wm., Lane's Creek. 
♦Little, T. P., Marshville. 

Littleton, J. W., Albemarle. 

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N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVEiN'TION. 



Livingston, D. K., Little Pine 

Creek. 
*Loftin, L N., Elizabeth City. 

Long, G. T., Caiy Creek. 

Long, W. A., Core Creek. 

Logan, W. H., Ayr. 
*Logan, J. H., Excelsior. 

Louderniilk, D. P., Glen Alpine. 
*Love, M. A., Franklin. 

Loving, \i. B., Lnmberton. 
*Lowe, A. E., Brvson City. 
*Lo\ve, C. G., Enfield. 
*Lumpkin, G. T., Scotland Neck. 
*Lunsford, Wni.. Asheville. 
*Lyda, L. U., Montvale. 

Lynch, Isaiah, Eockyhock. 
*Lynch, J. W., Wake Forest. 

Mace, W. D., Linville Falls. 
*Maddrv, Charles E., Greensboro. 
*Mangum, u. E., Selnia. 
Marcus, W. A., Homestead. 
♦Marion, T. G., Cnitchfield. 
Marley, H. C, Lenoir. 
*Marr, W. W., Mars Hill. 
*Marsh, A., Marshville. 
*Marsh, E. H., Oxford. 
♦Marshall, 0. N.. Henderson. 
•Martin, C. H. Polkton. 
♦Martin, C. F., :Murpliy. 

Martin, J. H., Long Town. 
♦Martin, J. L., Ealeigh. 
♦Martin, W. N., Asheville, E. F. D. 
♦Martin, O. J., Shoal. 
♦Martin, G. A., Wilmington. 
Marshburn, A. B., Ncalsville. 
Marshburn, L. I., Duval. 
♦Mashburn, H. H., Edenton. 
Mason, J. A., Conclave. 
Mason, W. C, Flats. 
Mason, N. J., Louisville. 
♦Massee, J. C, Ealeigh. 
IMathe^on, Bnller, topi on. 
Matthews, B. H., Swansboro. 
♦Matthews, N. J., Pilot Mountain. 
Matthis, B., Jonesville. 
*Mav, G. W., Eocky ■Mount. 
♦:\Ia"v, S. S., Yadkinville. 

McCall, S. B., Etowah. 
♦.AleCann, Levi, Trap Hill. 
♦McCarson, J. L.. Hendersonville. 
♦McCurry, J. H., Asheville. 
♦McDaviil, I. E., Eockingham. 

McDevitt, P.. Mars Hill. 
♦McDulHo, J. F., Chapel Hill, 3. 

McFall, W. T., Emma. 
♦McAfee, P. T., Marshall. 



♦MeClure, W. B., Alexis. 
♦McGee, J. F., Culberson. 
♦McGinnis, I. J., Banner's Elk. 
♦jMcKinney, C. H., Bakersville. 

McLendon, J. J., Indian Trail. 
♦McLeod, D., Mebane. 
♦McLure, W. H., Henrietta. 

McMillan, D. C, Fairmont. 
♦McNeil. M., Wilkesboro. 
♦McPheeters, S. F., Harvard. 

Meadows, W. C, Poor's Knob. 
♦Meeks, O. P., Favetteville. 

Melvin, W. A., Harrell's Store. 

Melvin, W. J., White Oak. 

Melvin, W. S., Parkersburg. 
♦Mercer, I. ]M., Rocky ^.lount. 

Mercer, M. V.. Harrellsville. 

Mercer, T. J., Bolivia. 
♦Merrell, G. L., Swan Quarter. 

Messer, J. C, Cove Creek. 

Metcalf, C. C, Waverly. 

Metcalf, T. C, Judson. 
♦Michael, W. H., Sutherland. 

Michael, Eay, Nettle Knob. 

Middleton, J. B., Saluda. 

Miles, John A., Alexander. 

Miller, Daniel L., Highlands. 
♦Miller, I. C, Stony Fork. 
♦^Miller, John E.. Palmerville. 
♦Miller, H. A.. Weldon. 

Milliken, C, Ash. 

Milliken, E., Ash. 

♦Milliken, N., Ash. 

♦Mills, G. T., Apex. 

♦Mintz, J. A., Seaside. 

♦Mintz, M. L., Buie's Creek. 

iMitchell. E., Osbornville. 

Mitchell, S. W., Asheville. 

♦Mitchell, 0. B., Mt. Vernon 
Springs. 

♦Mitchener, J. F., Statesville. 

Moffit, J. I.. Stone Mountain. 

♦Monteith, T. J., Japan. 

Moore, G. K., Fletcher. 

tMoore, Hight C, Ealeigh. 
Mooie, I. F., Clyde. 
Moore, J. O., Hunting Creek. 
Moore, E. A., Eed Springs. 
Moore, E. E., Ore Hill. 
Moore, S. L., Fairview. 

♦Moore, J. D., Southside. 

♦INIorris, J. D., Eoj-al. 

♦Morgan, S. L., Red Springs. 
Morgan, B. L., Almond. 
Morgan, D. A., Spring Creek. 
Morgan, E. J., Candler. 
Morgan, S. J., INIorgan Hill. 

♦Morgan, W. C, Eobbinsville. 

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*Morris, J. D., Eoyal. 
*Morris, W. A., Hendersonville. 

Morrow, G. B., Cataloochee. 
*Morton, D. S., Whitley. 
*Morton, W. B. Marion. 
*Moss, T. J., Forest City. 
*Miill, W. F., Mull's Grove. 
*Mull, W. B., Camp Creek. 

Mullinax, T. H., Grover. 

Munn, D. C, Flinty. 
*Murray, J. F., Raleigh. 
*I\iurry, L. B., Benham. 
*Myers, W. W., Round Mountain. 

Myers, D. R., Spencer. 
*Myers, T. C, IMartin. 

Myers, A. E., Round Mountain. 
*Myers, W. A., New Castle. 

Neeves, J. M., Bud. 
*Neighbor, R. E., Salisbury. 

Nelson, E. R., Hendersonville. 
*Nelson, J. H., Patterson. 
*Newton, J. B., Fort Barnwell. 
*Newton, J. D., Thomasville. 

Newton, B. F., Casar. 
*Nichols, J. T., Purlear. 

Nichols, W. E., Tracadia. 
*Noble3, J. W., Kenly. 

Norcutt, B. F., Charlotte. 

Norman, M. A., Addie. 
*Norris, C. R., Sands. 

Norris, F-., ilayesville, 1. 

Norris, H. W., Cosma. 

Norris, Isaac, Crusoe. 

Norris, John, Sweetwater. 
*Norton, J. E., Murphy. 
*Nowell, W. C, Nashville. 

*01dham, S. W., Graham. 
*01ive, J. B., Mavsville. 
*01ive, W. S., Apex. 
*01iver, P., King. 

Ollis, W. H., Ingalls. 
*0-Neil], G. G., Shelby. 
*Orr, P. P., Clotho. 

Orrell, N. B., Kernersville. 
*Osburne, A. W., Roark. 

Osmet, J. R., Dallas. 

Overton, W. C, Harrelsville. 
*Owen, C. L., Columbia 
*Owen, S. C, Candler. 
*Owen, J. E., East Durham. 
""Owen, J. H., Fidelity. 
*Owen, J. L., Glenville. 
*Owen, J. R., Lake Toxaway. 

*Paee, J. R., Oxford. 
*Page, J. M., Clinton. 



Page, S. C, Dunn. 
*Page, Wiley M., Dunn, No. 4. 
Painter, J. P., Swain. 
Palmer, R. L., Leander. 
Parker, W. H., Peach Tree. 
Parker, M. K., Peach Tree. 
Parks, E. L., Lisbon. 
Painter, J. P., Swain. 
*Pardue, A. T., Adley. 
Parham, S., Mascot. 
*Parrish, M. E., Shelby. 
Patton, H. P., Saluda. 
*Patton, R. L., Morganton. 
*Paul, E. A. Orrum. 
*Payne, J. M., Blwving Rock. 
*Payseur,-C. W., Cherryville. 
*Peek, T. T., Gneiss. 
*Pendergrass. J. R., Franklin. 
Pennell, A. N., Tavlorsville, 4. 
Peebles, G. W., Gladv. 
Perkinson, L. C, Oakvilte. 
^Pernell, P. H., Charlotte. 
*Pernell, E. F. C, Whiteville. 
Peterson, C. D., Dalila. 
Phillips, H., Nettle Knob. 
Phillips, John, Beech Creek. 
Phillips, Wm., Mt. Airy. 
Phillips, J. B., Collettsville. 
*Pickens, J. M., Jupiter. 

Pinnei-, R., Faust. 
*Pippin, A. A., Wakefield. 

Pitchford, J. A., Littleton. 
*Pittman, S. M., Frank. 
*Pittman, R., Ledger. 
*Platt, J. T., Ogden. 
*Plemnions, B. B., Trust. 
Plemmons, James, Glady 
Pless, W. W., Crusoe. 
Poe, E. A., Morganton, 3. 
*Poe, E. D., Wake Foiest. 
Poe, W. D., Bunn. 
Poindexter, A. D., Richmond Hill. 
Ponder, J. S., Faust. 
*Pool, D. W., Taylorsville, 3. 
Pope, W. L., Elm Grove. 
Porter, C. W., Elm City. 
*Porter, W. F., Radical. 
*Porter, A. H., Whiteville. 
*Posey, T. H., Fruitland. 
Posten, R., Camp Call. 
Potter, W. J., Elk Park. 
Powell. L. L., East Fork. 
*Powers, Oscar L., High Point. 
*Preslar, M. D. L., Monroe. 
*Presley, F. M., Skyland. 
*Prevatt, P. A., Luinberton. 
*Prevatt, John, Buie. 
Prewett, N., Knob Creek. 



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N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVEYS! TION. 



•Pridgen, M., Fair BluflF. 
♦Proffit, M. S., Democrat. 
*Pruett, L. II., Charlotte. 
*Pruitt, Julius, Connelly's Springs. 

Pruitt, Berry, Knob Creek. 

Pruitt, Wm., Almond. 
*Pugh, J. M., Randlenian. 
*Putnam, J. W., Magnetic City. 
*Putnam, D. F., Benson. 

Pyatte, M. F., Nebo. 

*Queen, Cicero, Ctesar. 
*Queen, A. C, Wolf ]\Iountain. 

Queen, B. N., Argura. 

Queen, J. H., Bryson City. 

(Jueen, L. E., Cowartz. 

Queen, W. H., Oconalufty. 

Queen, Thos. H.. Balsam. 

Quick, G. W., Charlotte. 

*Eains, S. A., Tusquittee. 

Ramsey, Garret, Marshall. 
*Raymond, F. B., Waynesville. 
*Rector, J. A., Morganton. 
*Reddish, W. H., Gastonia. 
*Redman, T. E., Spurgeon. 

Reece, J. N., Galloway. 

Reed, W. W., Rich Mountain. 

Reedy, E. W., Rugby, Va. 

Reese, J. V., Warne. 

Reid, James B., Hughes. 

Reid, G. W., Reidsville. 

Renfrow. W. B., ^latthews. 
*Revis, W. A., Suit. 

Rhodes, J. R., Saluda. 

Rickard, D. V., Columbia, 4. 
*Richardson, J. B., High Point. 

Rickman, P. R., Leatherman. 

Rickman, C. R., Leatherman. 
•Riddle, B. B., Pensacola. 

Riddle, H. B., Big Pine. 

Riddle, J., Beaver Creek. 
*Rivenbark, W. B., Teachey's. 

Roberts, Creed, Berlin. 
•Roberts, D. J., Elkspir. 
•Roberts, L. C, Sexton. 
•Robertson, W. A., Barnardsville. 
•Robeson, H. S., Shallotte. 
•Rock, C. M., :\Iount Olive. 
•Rogers, L. A., IMulls Grove. 
•Rogers, J. L., Whitakcrs. 

Rogers, ]\I., Bushnell. 
•Rollins, B. F., Eikin. 
•Rose, J. W., Edenton. 

Rowell, J. E., Cleon. 

Rowell, S. J., Cleon. 

Roy, W. H., Paint Fork. 
tRoyall, W. B., Wake Forest. 

tProfessor Wake Forest College. 



Royall, R., Kelly. 
Rutledge, W. B., Asheville. 

Sales, J., Mount Tabor. 
*Sams, J. F., Cane River. 
*Sandling, R. C, Clinton. 

Sasser, T. M., Big Lick. 
•Scarborough, C. W., Murfrees- 

boro. 
•Scott, J. J., Orrum. 
•Scotten, A. K., Coleridge. 

Sears, D. R., Siler City. 

Seagle, L. M., Luck. 

Seago, P. H., Lilesville. 
•Sellers, G. W., Shallotte. 
•Sellers, J., Supply. 
•Sentelle, R. A., Waynesville. 
•Sentelle, J. E., Etowah. 

Settlemyer, G. W., Henrietta. 

Setzer, A. W., ]Morehead City. 
"'Seymour, T. Y., Wake Forest. 
•Shaver, J. M., Dealville-. 
•Sheets, Henry, Lexington. 
•Shell. P. J., Gibbs. 
•Shell, J. F., Petra Mills. 

Shell, J. W., Petra Mills. 

Shell, L. C, Jonas Ridge. 
•Shepherd, N. H., Fremont. 
•Sherwood, A. C, Creedmore. 
•Sherwood, J. J. L., Collettsville. 
•Shinn, J. L., Marshville. 
•Shipman, Z. A., Etowah. 
•Shoaf, R. L., Warrensville. 

Shopshire, W. W., Andrews. 
•Silver, E. D., Xewdale. 

Silver, Edmond, Micaville. 

Simmons. S. F., Jonesville. 
•Simons, W. S., Nina. 
•Sims, A. H., Asheville. 
•Simms, B. W. N., Albemarle. 
•Singleton, T. C, Wake Forest. 

Sisk, I. G., Elkin. 
•Sledge, J. W., Stalings. 
•Sluder, W. M., Asheville, No. 4. 
•Smiley, J. S., Bryson City. 

Smith, A. B., Marble. 
•Smith, C. C. Beaufort. 
•Smith, James A., Wilmington. 
•Smith, J. E., Mt. Airy. 
•Smith, J. T.,Westfield. 
•Smith, J. W., Catharine Lake. 
•Smith, J. L.. Siler City. 

Smith, R. L., Crossmore. 

Snider, J. W., Concord. 

Snider, W. A., Portsmouth. 

Snider, R. L., Smokemount. 

Soles, J., Mount Tabor. 
•Solesbce, A. S., Lookout. 



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*Sorrell, i^. P., Garden City. 
*Sothern, W. P. Granite Falls. 
*Sparks, W. H., Burnsville. 
*Sparks, A., Ledger. 
*Sparks, J. C, Bakersville. 
*Spaulding, J. H., Yadkinville. 
*Speight, T. T., Windsor, R. F. D. 
tSpilman, B. W., Krnston. 
*Sprinkle, A. J., Fulton. 
*Staley, W. F., X. Wilkesboro. 
*Stallings, J. N., Salisbury. 
*Stallings, N. P., Bayboro. 
*Stamey, E. A., Altamont. 

Stamey, J. G., Balsam Grove. 
*Stanley, C, Chadbourn. 
*Stanley, G. F., Foris, S. C. 
*Stanley, N., Braswell. 
*Stanley, J. F., Graybeal. 
*Stanberry, J. S., Almond. 
*Standridge, H. C, Hiawassee, Ga. 
*Stephens, A. B., Autryville. 
*Stephens, M. A., Lumberton. 
*Stepnenson, R. S., Raleigh. 
*Stevens. H. T., Wake Forest. 

* Stewart, J. L., Clinton. 
Stanly, G. W., ^Molly. 
Staton, J. S., Zirconia. 
Staton, M. M., Saluda. 
Steppee, J. G., Blue Ridge. 

"Stewart, J. L., Clinton. 

Stoker, A. P., Denton. 
*Stone, C. H., Round Peak. 

Stough, A. L., Pineville. 
*Stradley, J. A., Oxford. 

* Strickland, W. H., Proximity. 
*Stringfield, 0. L., Maiden. 
*Summey, J. A., Rockwell. 
*Suttle, J. W., Marshall. 

Sitton, J. D., Painter. 
*Swaim, S. D., Lexington. 
*Swaim, V. M., Statesville. 
*Swain, E. L., Shallotte. 
*Swope, W. P., Louisburg. 

*Talbirt, W. T., Concord. 
*Tate, R. J., Sandv Plains. 
*Tatum, T. A., Elizabeth City. 

Taylor, A. J., Chinquapin. 

Taylor, E. C, Bud. 
JTaylor, C. E., Wake Forest. 

Taylor, E. L., Mack. 
*Taylor, T. J. Warrenton. 

Teeter, E. D., Locust Level. 
*Tew, John 0., Fayetteville. 

Tew, J. W., Iredeil. 

Tew, D. W., Blake. 
*Thames, B. D., Bethel Hill. 

tGen. Mauaser So. B<ip. Assembly. 
jProfessor Wake Forest College. 



*Thomas, C. A. G., Monroe. 
*Thomas, I. W., Lenoir. 
*Thomas, James C, Bandana. 
*Thomasson, D. W., Semora. 

Thompson, K., Kapp's Mills. 
*Thompson, C. J., Durham. 

Thompson, W. M., Lilesville. 

Thorn, J. B., Ferry. 
^Thornton, T. H., Clayton. 

Tipton, B. C, Fairfax. 
*Tipton, S. D., Burnsville. 
*Toney, B. W., Caroleen. 

Townsend, J. T., Carmichael. 
*Townsend, B., Broadway. 
*Treadway, E. R., Trust. 

Trippett, J. F., Burlington. 
*Triplett, 0. W., West Durham. 

Trivett, J. W., Boone. 

Trivett, J. S., Fleetwood. 
*Trivett, G. W., Sugar Grove. 
*Trogdon, J. M., Worthville. 
^Tucker, Elihu, Bud. 
*Turner, E. W., Siloam. 
*Tyner, J. T., Lumberton. 
*Tyree, W. C, Raleigh. 

*Upchureh, C. A., Burlington. 
*Usry, E. G., Oxford, 2. 
*Utley, C. H., Burgaw. 

*Vanhoy, W. H., Hamptonville. 
llVann, R. T., Raleigh. 
*Vaughan, L. D., Sparta. 

Vernon, j. H., Wake Forest. 
*Vernon, T. L., Rocky Mount. 

Vestal, M. M., Jonesville. 
*Vines, J. F., Elizabeth City. 
*Vinson, J. D., Otto. 
*Vinson, T. J., Gneiss. 

Vipperman, J. H., High Point. 
*Vipperman, J. L., Dallas. 

*Wadkins, W. E., Concord. 
*Waff, W. B., Severn. 
*Walker, J. M., Columbus. 
*Walker, J., Edneyville. 
*Walker, R. P., Lenoir. 
*Walker, M., Swain Creek. 

Walker, N., New Castle. 
*Wall, J. 0., Maxwell. 

Wallen, S., Big Laurel. 

Waller, Jesse, Marshall. 
*Walton, M. C, Elm City. 
*Walts, E. B., Woodland. 
*Wallace, W. C, Hamer. 

Ward, J. C, Flat Rock. 
* Washburn, D. G., Shelby, 4. 

II President Bap. Univ. for Womeu. 



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N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



*Watkins, (r. T., Eoxboro. 
*Watson, T. D., Oconalufty. 
*Watson, S. N., Concord. 
*Watsoii, J. W., Hope Mills. 
*Watts, J. T., Lexington. 
*Waycaster, J. R., Estatoe. 
*Weatherman, J. G., Jennings. 

Webb, G. M., Shelby. 
*Weldon, L. T., Brevard. 
*Wells, C. G., Mooresville. 
*Weston, E. L., INIocksville. 
*Wharton, Geo., Hendersonville. 
*Wheeler, D. M., Bamboo. 

Wheeler, Z. W., New Light. 
*Wheeler, J. W., Tar Landing. 

Wheelous, Z. W., Grissora. 

Whisnant, E. S., Maiden. 
*Whitaker, H. C, Andrews. 

Whitaker, A. S., Biltmore. 
*White, J. A., Murphy. 
*White, J. L., Greensboro. 
*White, J. M., Apex. 

White, G. W., Rockyhock. 

White, M. P., Phoenix. 

White, W. W., Greensboro. 
♦Whitehead, W. H., Laurinburg. 

Whitener, P. A., Morganton. 
*Whiteside, Z. x., Uree. 

Whitley, A. E., Round Mountain. 
♦Whitley, J. W., Union Mills. 

*Whitlock, C. F., Wilmington. 

Wiggins, A., Bryson City. 

*Wilcox, A. G., Brinkleyville. 

Wilcox, Wm., Todd. 

Wilcox, A. W., Mooresville. 

Wild, J. M., Walnut Run. 

Wild, J. R., Big Pine. 



*Wildman, J. W., Chapei Hill. 
*Wilhoit, G. 0., Ansonville. 
♦Williams, A. J., Zephyr. 

Williams, B. B., Harrelsville. 

Williams, J. M., CoUinsville. 
*Williamsville, C. C, Spring Hope. 

Williams, O. P., Bryson City. 
-^Williams, J. G., Star. 
*Willis, H. A., Weldon. 
►Willis, W. W., Ashpole. 

Willoughby, R., Lumberton. 
♦Wilson, L. A., Tamarack. 
♦Wilson, L. C, Sweetwater. 

Wilson, Samuel, Bee Log. 
♦Wilson, W. E., Rutherfordton. 
♦Wilson, W. H., Madison. 
♦Wilson, W. M., Ramsevtown. 
♦Wilson. S. B., Fair Bluff. 
♦Wood, T. G., Manteo. 

Wood, E. M., Cisco. 
♦Woodfin, J. F., Horse Shoe. 
♦Woodall, W. H., Clyde. 
♦Woodard, J. S., Needmore. 

Woodard, J. D., Gastonia. 
♦Wooten, F. T., Chadbourn. 

Wright, N., Casar. 
♦Wright, W. E., Camden. 
♦Wvatt, W. J. Troutman. 
♦Wyncoop, A. H., ]\Iorganton. 

Wolf, G. F., Dinisdale. 

♦Yonce, J. L., Parish. 
Yonce, D. A., Kyle. 
Young, P. R., Asheville. 
ifoung, A. W., Scaly. 
Young, R. M., Bakersvillc. 



LIST OF SUNDAY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENTS. 



Numbers following postoffices signify E. F. D. 



ALEXANDER — 1906. 

W. E. White, Taylorsville, 4. 

D. Williams, Poor's Knob, 1. 
Wm. W. Teague, Bentley. 
N. G. Sloan, Statesville, 5.. 

E. V. Bumgarner, Taylorsville, 5. 
J. W. Watts, Liledoun. 

J. B. Ellis, Taylorsville, 5. 
J. T. Rogers, Tavlorsville, 5. 
J. E. Chatham, taylorsville, 1. 
Jas. C. Chapman, Tavlorsville, 5. 
B. F. Patterson, Hiddenite, 1. 
E. C. Sloan, Taylorsville. 
J. B. Echerd, Alkalithia. 

ALLEGHANY-GBAYSOX 1906. 

Isaac, Bover, Brush, Ya. 

J. M. Cheek, Whitehead. 

W. F. Douofhton. Laurel Springs. 

H. E. McMillan, Plainfield. 

W. C. Fields, Sparta. 

U. S. jNIvers, City. 



C. F. Goodman, Beaver Creek. 
W. H. Johnston, Nettle Knob. 
E. C. Parsons, Eaven. 
Harry Proctor, Jefl'erson. 
A. W. Hodgson, Tree Top. 
J. F. Plummer, Volney, Va. 
R. M. Burkett, Jefl'erson. 
S. A. Campbell, Jefl'erson. 
J. L. Vannoy, Pleetwood. 
H. M. Brown, Obids. 
J. R. Johnston, Summit. 
W. H. Tyre, Dyson. 
J. L. Stamper, Park, Va. 



J. C. King, Blanch. 

D. Y. Mebane, xjlanch. 

C. R. Yernon, Bushv Fork. 

W. C. Pulliam, Alton, Ya. 

W. S. Underwood, Union Ridge. 

James Murray, Leasburg. 

A. L. Boyd, Winstead. 
F. B. Jones, Milton. 

J. S. Harvey, Danville, Ya., 5. 
J. B. Yarborough, Semora. 
C. J. Yaroorough, Locust Hill. 
M. D. Walters, Mclver. 

B. S. Graves, Yanceyville. 
W. T. Bryant, Milton. 



R. B. Buie, Abbottsburg. 

F. Wilis, Dublin. 

F. P. Callihan, Bladenboro. 

W. B. Hester, Richardson. 

W. H. Smith, Garland. 

F. P. Callihan, Blandenboro. 

E. D. Rich, Garland. 
Seth Lewis, Richardson. 

N. B. Singletary, Tar Heel. 
C. B. Smith, Parkersburg. 

F. P. Smith, Roseboio. 

J. D. McKeithan, Abbottsburg. 
J. A. Davis, Elizabethtown. 
R. H. Marshburn, Ham. 
N. A. Layton, White Oak. 
M. Hester, Bladenboro. 

BRIER CREEK. 

W. T. Johnson, Dellaplane. 

W. T. i^'inlev. Brier Creek. 

Rev. J. A. Foster, Call. 

Robert Sale, Ronda. 

Marcus Redding, New Castle. 

C. C. Wright, Hunting Creek. 

J. F. Adams, Swan Creek. 

P. M. Reid, Spurgeon. 

C. C. Tharpe, Ned. 

J. E. Myers, Eupeptic Springs. 

T. Z. Inscoie, Windy Gap. 

N. M. Felts, Lovelace. 

J. E. Sprinkle, New Hope. 

J. T. ]\Iartin, Clinaman. 

U. C. Goodin, INIcCurdy. 

R. A. Blaylock, Houstonville. 

Wiley Jarvis, Rohy. 

R. S. Putnam, Osbornville. 

S. E. Haris, New Castle. 

W. E. Sale, New Castle. 

E. N. Gwyn, Gwyn. 

BRUNSWICK. 

J. B. Gray, Shallotte. 
Isaac MilliKen, Seaside. 
Henry Mintz, Leland. 

G. F. Gore, Shallotte. 

T. W. Harrelson, Funston. 

B. J. Benton, Malmo. 

H. T. Bennett, Regan. 

G. T. Hickman, Winnabow. 

W. Sellers, Supply. 

W. J. Hardwiek, Mollie. 



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N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION; 



L. M. Todd, Ash. 

D. I. Watson, Southport. 

B. J. Mills, Town Creek. 

BRUSHY MOUNTAIN — 1906, 

C. C. Wright, Hunting Creek. 
J. W. Church, Purlear. 
Isaac Broyhiil, Boomer. 

D. J. Pardue, ISIoravian Falls. 
J. 1. Crisp, Moravian Falls. 

A. L. Barnett, Chaupion. 

B. Huti'man, Purlear. 
S. J. Barnett, Mt. Zion. 
A. S. Filer, Purlear, 1. 

W. H. Church, North Wilkesboro. 

J. F. McNeil, Buck. 

L. B. Pierce, Miller's Creek. 

H. J. Stentman, Adlev. 

W. S. Hall. Parsonvil'le. 

A. E. Treadway, Poor's Knob. 

J. D. Smith, Wilkesboro. 

R. P. Yates, Boomer. 

BUNCOMBE. 

E. B. Goldsmith, Democrat. 
J. H. Tucker, Asheville. 

W. B. Scarborough, Asheville, 1. 
Melvin Gutch, West Asheville. 
N. B. Creasman, Biltmore, 3. 
J. A. Cordell, Asheville. 2. 
A. I. Ingle, Barnardsville. 
J. M. Brookshire, Biltmore. 

D. W. Shuford, Rock View. 
S. J. Ash worth, Fair View. 
J. E. Chandler, Weaverville. 
J. T. Ingle, Glen Inglis. 

E. L. Clarke,. Candler. 
E. A. Roberts, Jupiter. 
W. W. Green, Candler, 4. 
M. E. Sluder, Asheville. 

R. P. Lewellen, Morgan Hill. 

L. D. Brookshire, Asheville, 4. 

J. A. Walker, Black Mountain. 

John Pinner, Skyland. 

R. W. Buckner, Alexander. 

L. B. Hudgins, Black Mountain. 

S. B. Buchanan, Swannanoa. 

A. D. Davis, Biltmore, 3. 

J. B. Grice, Asheville. 

CALDWKLL 1906. 

T. C. Curtis, Finley. 

J. Presnell, Lenoir. 

R. H. Pipes, Buffalo Cove. 

T. M. Barber, Muttenz. 

W. F. F. Palmer, Granite Falls. 

W. S. McCall, Gamewell. 

J. A. Turnmire, Granite Falls. 

F. P. Moore, Globe. 



J. T. Hayes, Happv. 

W. H. McCall, MoVganton. 

J. C. Hayes, Upton. 

H. M: Beach, Lenoir. 

Y. D. Moore, Lenoir. 

Joseph Powell, Lenoir. 

W. M. Smith, Granite Falls. 

L. M. Annas, Sawmill. 

W. J. Bryant. Rufus. 

E. L. Curtis, Patterson. 

J. B. Phillips, Lenoir. 

L. D.. Keller, brranite Falls. 

W. VV. Turnmire, Yadkin Valley. 

R. P. Scruggs, Rhodhiss. 

W. H. H. Hartley, Hudson. 

Chas. Sherrill, Lenoir. 

J. Vv . Bean, Hudson. 

W. A. Lowman, Hickory. 

E. M. Childers, Patterson. 

CAPE FEAR-COLUMBUS 1906. 

C. D. Brown, Clarkton. 
J. B. Wyche, Red Bug. 
E. R. Peterson, Lhadbourn. 
J. I. Hester, Clarkton. 

B. H. Harnly, Chadbourn. 
L. H. Malpass, Robeson. 
Elsha Coleman, Fair Bluff. 
J. F. Tvner, Boardman. 
W. C. Bullard, Chadbourn. 
S. J. iiowell. Phoenix. 

C. C. Griffin, Evergreen. 

C. W. Slielly, Fair Bluff. 
G. D. Lennon, Robeson. 
A. J. Baldwin, Whiteville. 
W. W. Brown, Chadbourn. 
W. J. Pervis, Tabor. 

H. S. White, Vineland. 
J. B. Harrelson, Vineland. 
J. M. Enzor, Fair Bluff. 
P. C. Gore, Chadbourn. 
W. M. Suggs, Old Dock. 
E. H. Nance, Chadbourn. 
A. A. White, Mollie. 

D. H. Cook, \Miiteville. 

J. D. Peterson, Wannanish. 

J. E. Elkins, Elkton. 

W. K. Nance. Boardman. 

J. A. Flovd, Cerro Gordo. 

Ben Butler, Whiteville. 

J. Q. Holmes, Councils. 

J. H. Williamson, Whiteville. 

C. L. ^Villiamson, Chadbourn. 

N. Powell. Whiteville. 

C. E. Squires, Zora. 

CAROLINA — 1906. 
T. J. Sales, Fletcher. 
T. B. Nelson, Horse Shoe. 



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P. J. Hart, Zirconia. 

M. Presley, Edneyville. 

O. M. Drake, Hendersonville. 

Miss L. Carter, Fletcher. 

T. H. M. Tabor, Upward. 

T. N. Rhymer, Saluda. 

G. W. Conner, Bear Wallow. 

G. S. Wall, o-erton. 

J. A. Frazier, Hendersonville. 

J. L. Whitaker, Hendersonville. 

J. Davenport. Horse Shoe. 

T. J. Huntle.y, Bear Wallow. 

Wm. Heffner, Hendersonville. 

J. E. Allen, Balfour. 

Jas. McCreary, Hendersonville. 

CATAWBA RIVER 1906. 

J. W. Sparks, Dogwood. 

Zeb. H. L. Lowuian, Connelly's 

Springs, 
S. A. Ramsey, Drexel. 
X. L. Duckworth, Morganton. 
J. G. Parker, Bridgewater. 

0. 0. Roney, Henry. 
Jesse Huffman, Morganton. 
R. C. Whitener, jNIorganton. 
M. P. Hildebrand, Morganton. 
H. S. Benfield, Morganton, 3. 
W. S. Johnson, Casar. 

J. A. Smith, Enola. 

1. A. Cook, Belwood. 

J. F. Young, Connelly's Springs. 
R. J. Fox, Linville Store. 
J. G. Proctor, Shoup's Ford. 

CEDAR CREEK. 
J. A. Hal], Autryville. 
N. C. Riddle. Edonia. 
T. A. Hall, Alderman. 
H. B. Downing, Cedar Creek. 
A. J. Bidsole, White Oak. 
J. Allen, Rennert. 
D. W. Trogden, Hope Mills. 
G. B. Sessoms, i'ayetteville. 
J. C. Beard, Fayetteville. 
C. H. Ellis, Sherwood. 

C. S. Bennett, Fayetteville. 
J. A. Hair, Favetteville. 

D. C. Rogers, Hope Mills. 
R. L. Bailey, St. Paul's. 
T. J. Ellis.'White Oak. 
Sion Horn, Tatum. 

J. R. Capp. Rock Fish. 
R. L. Clifton, Hope Mills. 

CENTRAL. 

G. B. Norwood, Xeuse. 
Sam Davis, Raleigh. 
C. E. Richards, Riley. 



G. L. Allen, Creedmoor. 

G. T. Watkins, Falls. 

R. J. Conyers, Louisburg. 

J. B. Saintsing, Wake Forest. 

R. B. White, Franklinton. 

C. E. Brewer, Wake Forest. 

J. A. Clifton. Youngsville. 

T. V. Baker, Rilev. 

G. L. B. Penny, Raleigh. 

T. L. Jeffreys, Franklinton. 

W. H. Nichols, Xeuse. 

0. L. Ray, Rogers's Store. 

A. C. Green, Raleigh. 

B. L. Pierce, Youngsville. 
Brvaut Holden, Kittrell. 
W."'S. Pruitt, Franklinton. . 
T. H. Briggs, Raleigh. 

J. R. Broughton. Riley. 
U. H. Baugh, Raleigh. 
J. M. Keith, WaKe Forest. 
E. W. Green, Wakefield. 
J. H. Gorrell, Wake Forest. 
R. E. Walker, Wake Forest. 
W. D. O'Neal, Neuse. 
W. A. Travlor. Raleigh. 
P. R. Allen, Wake Forest. 
E. P. Allen, Youngsville. 

CHOWAN. 

J. L. Matthews, Dart. 

J. H. Churchill, Tyner. 

0. B. Garrett, Belhaven. 

Miles E. Davis, Elizabeth City. 

J. C. Hobbs, Hertford. 

Henry Holler, Bosley. 

W. H. Jennings, Elizabeth. 

A. A. Saunders. Tyner. 

T. R. W^ard, Belvidere. 

Chas. Bateman, Columbia. 

E. H. Eure, Eure. 

H. M. Pritchard, Elizabeth City. 

G. H. Jacocbs, South Mills. 

E. S. Norman, Edenton. 

E. F. Aydlette, Elizabeth City. 

M. H. Knight, Corapeake. 

Lvcurgus Hofler, Gatesville. 

T. C. Lane, Hertford. 

S. E. Morris, Edenton. 

L. D. Tarkington. Manteo. 

D. W. Taylor, Drum Hill. 
J. L. Norman, Creswell. 

W. W. Price, Elizabeth City. 
W. L. Forbes, Tndiantown. 
Elijah Evans, Poplar Branch. 
W. D. Barnard, Shawboro. 
J. F. Spence, Elizabeth City. 
J. M. Morse, Maple. 

E. J. Freeman, Somerton, Va. 



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N. C. BAPTIST STATE COKVEISTTIOIV. 



A. S. Morgan, Elizabeth City. 
Watson Knight, Manteo. 
R. B. Hollowell, Edenton. 
Clifton Sawyer, Weeksville. 
Edward Eason, Trotville. 
J. S. Sanderlin, Bcllcross. 
Mosfis Lee, Tiills. 

D. H. Tillett. Shiloh. 

A. B. Hopkins, Columbia. 
Jesse Spivey, Gliden. 
Wesley Austin, Corolla. 
W. J. Asbell, Belvidere. 
W. E. Bogue, Woodville. 
J. J. Perry, Edenton, 2. 

EASTEP..V — 1906. 

J. M. Hall, Alpine. 
L. E. Pope, Turkey. 

C. A. Byrd, Mt. Oliye. 
W. B. Stewart, Clinton. 
I. D. Johnson, Eose Hill. 
W. D. Wilkins, Magnolia. 
Zack Jones, Magnolia. 

W. J. Fryar, Delway. 

J. E. Highsmith, Parkersburg. 

V. M. Seawell, Faison. 

E. S. Bostic, Hallsyille. 
E. Heklt, Eose Hill. 

.J. W. Gurganus, Ivanhoe. 
W. H. Middleton, Warsaw. 
Thad. Jones, Kenansville. 

D. L. Plerring, Garland. 

D. H. Marshimrn. :Maple Hill. 

E. L. Crooiii, Clinton. 
C. H. Horton. Mt. Oliye. 

F. F. Newton. Kerr. 

H. M. Swindon, Magnolia. 

C. E. Daniel, Turkey. 
J. C. Hobbs, Keener. 

J. W. Westbrook, Faison. 
J. T. Kennedy, Moltonyille. 
W. D. Henderson, Rose Hill. 
Frank Sloan. Chinquapin. 

D. T. Johnson, Kerr. 

A. F. Robinson, Clinton, 4. 
b. M. Carlton. Warsaw. 

ELKIX 100"). 

W. M. MeCann, Trap Hill. 1. 

Felix Gambil, Benham. 

Uriah Miller. Cowles. 

J. F. Burcham, Chatham. 

J. B. Bureham, Roaring River. 

I. N. Bauguss, Knottsville. 

W. F. Byrd, Roaring Riyer. 

J. S. Collins, Parks. 

Abner Caudell, Roaring River. 



FLAT RIVER. 

W. T. Chandler, Virgilina, Va. 
(Jr. W. Denny, Roxboro, 5. 

A. J. Crutciifield, Woodsdale, 2. 
L. J. Meadows, Roguemont. 

D. W. Eakes, Oxford. 
Ralph Currin, Northside. 
M. F. Adcoek, Creedmoor. 
S. A. Green, Oxford, .5. 
W. C. Currin, Oxford, 1. 

S. A. Cannady, Creedmoor. 
J. T. Torain. Virgilina, Va. 
J. W. Winston, Nelson, Va. 
W. T. Blackwell. Oxford. 
J. S. Norwood, Williamsboro. 
T. H. Street, Mill Creek. 
J. T. Daniel, Oxford. 
\\ . J. Downey, Oxford. 
J. W. Smith, Creedmoor. 
J. S. Royster, Soudan, Va. 
T. A. Royster, Bullock. 
T. W. Royster, Hargrove. 
S. A. Cannaday, Creedmoor. 
Pervis Tilley, Lyons. 
S. P. Knott', Oxford. 
J. L. Frazier, Rougemont. 
W. H. Upchurch, Oxford. 
J. T. Holloway, Dabney. 

E. H. Gentry, Roxboro. 
J. W. Moss, "Oxford, 3. 

B. F. Knott, Clarksville, Va., 1. 
L. D. Veazy, Roxboro. 

H. G. McFarland. Berea, 1. 

A. C. Parham, Oxford. 
Ajax Walters, ^Jxford, 6. 
J. H. Pentecost, Roxboro. 

FRENCH BROAD 1906. 

J. R. Sams, Jiars Hill. 
L. L. Hurley, Marshall. 
J. L. Phillips, Marshall. 
R. T. Edwards, Marshall. 

B. L. Sams, Grantville. 
J. F. Tilson, Marshall. 
J. H. Ensley, Alexander. 
J. E. Bryan, ]\Iarshall. 

C. C. Cannon, Marshall. 
J. D. Carter, Peck. 

T. M. Stockton, Morgan Hill. 
J. Metcalf. Marshall, 
d. A. Buckner, Faust. 
S. C. Briggs, Briggsville. 

GREEN RIVER. 

B. B. Morris, Nealsville. 
A. W. Gilliam, Old Fort, 2. 

W. F. Barnett, Landrum, S. C. 

C. B. Green, Mill Spring. 



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P. F. Searcey, Gage. 
B. Biggerstaff, Union Mills. 
B. C. Laugater, Uiee. 
D. M. Peal, Marion. 
D. L. Koberson, Old Fort. 
W. D. Long, Old Fort, 2. 
J. P. Arledge, Columbus. 
J. L. Jackson, Turner's. 
VV. H. Taylor, Dysartsville. 
W. L. Ferguson, Bridgewater. 
J. G. Rabum, Landrum, S. C. 
J. A. Gallion, Deniming. 

B. B. Price, Marion. 

J. R. Ruff, Mill Spring. 

J. W. Halford, Otter Creek. 

A. L. Rucker, Rutlierfordton. 

J. W. Metcalf, Green Hill. 

J. B. Thompson, Saluda. 

Z. V. Hudgins, Redtop. 

N. C. Burgin, Turner's. 

J. M. Lewis, Rutlierfordton. 

W. P. Terrell, Old Fort. 

G. F. Roberson, Rutherfordton, 3. 

R. Ledbetter, Nanney. 

C. C. Lovelace, Rutherfordton, 3. 
H. M. Whiteside, Poplar Grove. 
R. G. Freeman. Union Mills. 

H. S. Quinn, Graphiteville. 

Eld. D. C. Britt, Rutherfordton. 

Charles Walker, Bright. 

W. F. INIcMahan, Sunny Vale. 

W. S. Hollifield, Woodlawn. 

J. R. Whiteside, Chimney Rock. 

HAYWOOD — 1906. 

D. R. Allen, Waynesville. 
H. Messer, Crabtree. 

A. M. Crawford, Cruso. 

C. F. Owen, Waynesville. 

L. N. Pinner, Canton. 

J. L. Morgan, Clj'de. 

vj. H. W^inchester, Waynesville. 

A. C. W^alker, Clyde. 

G. W. Liner, Waynpsville. 

W. J. Hannah, Waynesville. 

J. Z. Smathers, Canton. 

JOHNSTON — 1906. 

W. H. Maden, Selma, 2. 

J. C. Hardee, Clayton. 

A. Parish, Benson. 

David Pace, Micro. 

J. J. Wallace, Wilson's Mills. 

F. P. Wood. Four Oaks. 

J. W. McCall, Selma, 4. 

R. H. Gower, Clayton. 

M. L. Barefoot, Dunn, 2. 

Luther Bunch, Clayton, 2. 



J. A. Estridge, Archer, 1. 

0. D. Stanly, Four Oaks. 
J. F. Jernigan, Beasle3% 2. 
W. I. Green, Selma, 3. 

L. L. Greech, Micro. 
J. F. Pool, Clayton. 
J. H. Flowers, Taylor. 
N. W. Smith, Four Oaks, 1. 
W. M. Eason, Selma. 4. 
R. H. Higgans, Smithfield. 
Charles H. Holt, Princeton. 
J. R. Hood, Selma. 
C. H. Biinaay, Garner, 1. 
J. M. Beaty, Smithfield. 
E. F. Crump, Smithfield. 
J. F. Lawhon, Benson, 2. 
s . R. Turlev, Clavton, 3. 
J. T. Holt, Wilson's Mills. 
(J. Z. Todd, Wendell. 

KINGS MOUNTAIN — 1906. 

J. D. McSwain, Shelby, 4. 
G. H. Logan, Kings Mountain. 
Esley 0. Green, Shelby, 3. 
H. W. Clark, Bessemer City. 

C. C. Wilson, Stubbs. 
W. H. Martin, Ca?sar. 

J. Z. Falls, Cleveland Mills. 
L. C. McDowell, Cherryville. 
J. W. Stroup, Philipsburg. 
W. W. Washburn, Shelby, 4. 
J. W. Spangler, Shelbv, 6. 

1. B. Allen, Shelby, 7. ' 

P. Z. Carpenter, Fallston. 

J. A. Ellis, Grover. 

S. S. Weir, Kings Mountain. 

A. M. Lattimore, Lattimore. 

J. H. Hawkins, Shelby, 2. 

A. L. Putnam, Cherryville. 

Carme El am, Lawndale. • 

A. E. Bettis, Earl. 
George P. Webb, Shelby, 5. 

T. M. Ware. Kings Mountain, 4. 
Thomas Falls. Kings Mountain. 
J. D. Dover, Grovgr, 2. 
Sylvanus Gardner, Chelby, 6. 
George Dover, Grover, 2. 
E. S. Glasco, Shelby 3. 

D. W. Blanton, Shelby, 5. 

B. F. Jones, Lattimore, 1. 

D. M. Witherspoon, Cherryville. 
0. M. Mull, Shelby. 
D. H. Elliott, Waco. 
S. W. Hughes, Shelby, 2. 

LIBERTY. 

N. R. Teague, Kernersville. 
John Cole, Center Grove. 



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W. B. Russell, Denton. 
W. D. Loflin, Riley's Store. 
B. R. Cross, Silver Hill. 
J. D. Palmer, Linwood. 
J. W. Xoell, Lexington. 
J. M. Easter, Thomasville, 4. 
P. M. Snider, Silver Hill. 
J. E. Harper, Quinine. 
Lee Luck, Pisgah. 
Branson Charles, W.-Salem. 
S. H. Averitt, Thomasville. 
R. R. Williams, Linwood, 1. 
B. 0. Myers, Lexington, 3. 
Wm. Bowers, Lake. 

0. L. Stoner, Linwood. 2. 
A. H. Michael, Chandlers. 
A. F. Sams, Thomasville. 
P. S. Vann, Wallburg. 

LIBERTY-DUCKTOWX — 1906. 

A. K. Dickey, Ranger. 

U. S. G. Phillips, Unaka. 

J. B. Abernathy, Brady. 

J. B. Brown, Isabella, Tenn. 

J. M. Taylor, Nina. 

G. T. Spurling, Ducktown, Tenn. 

W. H. Turner, Culberson. 

1. N. Suit, Ranger. 
W. C. Ensley. Suit. 

R. A. Cline. Hothouse. 
E. H. Bering, Patrick. 
R. M. Shields, Culberson. 
D. F. Bartlett, Cobbs. 
U. H. -Johnson, Ogretta. 

D. D. McNabb, Hiawassee. 
W. E. Payne, Letitia. 

P. E. Nelson, Postell. 

E. B. Barber, Culberson. 
J. T. Payne, Vest. 

C. if. Davis, Nina. 
Thomas Kimsev, Vest. 
A. J. Bell, Wolf Creek. 
VV. G. Sparks, Suit. 

J. T. Silvey, Culberson. 
Andy Arp, Culberson. 

LITTLE RIVER 1906. 

(j. W. Flowers, Angier. 
H. B. Page, Fish Creek. 

D. R. Ennis, Dunn. 

J. A. Clark, Westville. 

S. H. Senter, Fuquay Springs. 

J. R. Baggett, Buie's Creek. 

J. D. Dennis, Chalk Level. 

G. W. Hart, Duke. 

H. C. McNeill, Dunn. 

G. E. Byrd. Duke. 

C. W. Matthews, Kipling. 



N. T. Patterson, Mohawk. 
M. S. Bradley, Broadway. 
C. P. Norris, Lillington. 
J. B. Wilkins, Draughon. 
W. B. Matthews, Angier. 
W. C. Bright, New Hill. 
J. D. Betts, Fuquay Springs. 
J. D. Avera, Turlington. 



J. M. Cochran, Duval. 

u. F. Key, Franklin. 

V> . R. Cloer, Franklin. 

\u. A. Setzer, Franklin. 

M. L. Rickman, West's Mills. 

Mattie Rickman, West's Mills. 

B. H. Carpenter, Franklin. 

K. W. Messer, Franklin. 

James Stockton, Franklin. 

Alex. Moore, Ellijay. 

H. H. Jarretc, Franklin. 

S. S. Whitmire, Dillard, Ga. 

J. N. Arnold, Highlands. 

W. R. Fonts, Eranklin. 

J. W. Rickman, Leatherman. 

R. L. Long. Scaly. 

Mrs. Alice" Potts. Ellijay. 

T. R. Ledford, Franklin. 

H. J. Bradley, Etna. 

J. W. Hastings, Franklin. 

W. M. Shook, Higdonville. 

Ed. Byrd, Siiles. 

E. A. Snyder, Dean. 

S. J. Amnions. Dean. 

J. H. Swafford.Kyle. 

MECKLEXBURG-CABARRUS. 

W. C. Hough, Clear Creek. 
.J. W. Connell, Concord. 
R. D. :Mooney, Davidson. 
T. S. Frankl'in, Charlotte. 
H. C. Herring. Concord. 

C. Garrison, Charlotte. 
J. R. Atkins, Derita. 

J. A. Newton, Charlotte. 
T. J. Renfrew. Matthews. 
W. E. Hull, Newell. 

D. W. Fink, Charlotte. 
W. S. Paxton, Matthews. 
W. F. Dowd, Charlotte. 
A. D. Grisco, Concord. 
J. E. Wright, Concord. 

J C. Heglar, Hunlersville. 
R. S. Small. Charlotte, 9. 
A. R. Hartis, Charlotte, 1. 
H. B. Blackburn. Huntersville. 
J. E. McClure. Pineville. 
J. R. Haney, Concord. 



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MITCHELL 1906. 

S. J. Black, Bakersville. 
J. Y. Sparks, Ledger. 
William Grimlstali', Spruce Pine. 
W. W. Buchanan, Hawk. 
S. \V. Conley, Toe Cane. 
A. S. Burleson, Little Eock Creek, 
btokes Buchanan, Glen Ayre. 
V. T. Fortner, Wing. 
Isaac Cox, Estatoe. 
P. M. Wilson, Bakersville. 
Joseph Sparks, Frank. 
Robert T. Lewis, Valley. 
Wesley Buchanan, Clarissa. 
A. F. McKinney, Bakersville. 

MONTGOMEKY. 

M. M. Jones, Mt. Gilead. 

J. C. Caddell, Pinehurst. 

John L. McMillan, Okeeweemee. 

W. M. Poole, Endicott. 

Jonah Thompson, Carmel. 

Eugene Harris, Mt. Gilead. 

J. W. Haywood, Capilsie. 

Frank A. Hogan, Star. 

J. T. Smith, Mt. Gilead. 

Barna Allen, Troy. 

S. S. Ballard, Wadeville. 

MOUiSTT ZION. 

C. P. Durham, Chapel Hill, 3. 
A. E. Johnson, Apex, 3. 
J. F. Clement, Durham, 7. 
W. A. Berry, Rougemont, 2. 
E. F. McCauley, Hillsboro. 
W. V. Andrews, Chapel Hill. 
G. W. Ellis, Durham, 3. 
J. L. Scott, Burlington. 
W. T. Reynolds, Hillsboro. 
E. Walton, Nelson. 
Collier Cobb, Chapel Hill. 
E. P. Ellington, Chapel Hill. 
W. J. Brogden, Durham. 
o. . . Rigsbee, Durham. 
J. N. Cheek, East Durham. 
T. J. Anderson, Durham. 
N. S. Suit, West Durham. 
W. E. Martin, Hillsboro, L 
C. L. O'Neal, Durham. 
J. A. Fowler, Durham, 1. 
C. B. Irwin, Graham. 
W. T. Brooks, Haw River. 
S. W. Andrews, Hillsboro. 
E. A. Dollar, Rigsbee. 
E. B. Oldham, Mebane. 
J. J. Bryan, Merry Oaks. 
W. J. Riddle, Saxapahaw. 
A. Rigsbee, Chapel Hill, 1. 



I. P. Seymour, Apex, 4. 
W. M. Stroud, University, 
vv^. M. Wilkins, Durham, 1. 

A. C. Scott, Morrisville, 1. 
K. L. Nicnols, Gorman, 1. 
C. F. Williams, Apex, 1. 

VV. P. Mangum, Rougemont. 
S. M. Smith, Durham, 4. 
Obe Tingen, Gorman. 
J. E. Frazier, Swepsonville. 
J. W. Proctor, Durham. 

NEW FOUND — 1906. 

J. P. Clemmons, Luck. 
W. B. Davis, Lee. 
J. L. Condrey, Trust. 
Lydia Cook, Mascot. 
Vv . H. Roberts, Worley. 

B. F. Hayes, Emma. 

Garrison Roberts, Little Pine Creek 
W. T. Hall, Gem. 
W. B. Davis, Lee. 

C. D. Hall, Alexander. 
W. J. Hayes, Odessa. 
J. M. Ball, Marshall. 
C. J. \^'oody, Luck. 

J. J. Graham, Trust. 

H. S. Rymer, Juno. • 

J. N. Buckner, Big Pine. 

C. F. Casada, Marshall. 

lu. I. Ratcliti', Leicester. 

W. S. Johnson, Belle View. 

R. W. Poor, New Found. 

James Wilson, JNIarshall. 

H. S. Hall, Canton, 1. 

N. C. Waldrupe, Bluff. 

Moses Reese, Joe. 

NEUSE- ATLANTIC— 1906. 

A. G. Cox, Winterville. 
W. C. Jackson, Ayden. 

J. B. Grantham, Goldsboro, 4. 
M. D. Lane, Fort Barnwell. 
C. C. Teague, Fremont. 

E. L. Edmundson, Goldsboro. 
J. W. Sadler, Goldsboro. 

L. R. Varsar, Kinston. 
J. P. Joyner, LaGrange. 

B. F. Sasser, Dobbersville. 
George W. Parker, Maj'sville. 
8. S. Strother, Eureka. 
Nonie O. Sutton, Kinston. 

J. C. Parker, Trenton. 

T. A. Bell, Pollocksville. 

J. J. Croom, Kinston. 

G. G. Quinn, Seven Springs. 

A. H. Joyner, Snow Hill. 

F. G. Mitchell, New Bern. 



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In. C. baptist state CONVEISTTION. 



p. B. McDaniel, Trenton. 
T. E. Elmore, Kinston. 
E. I. Provost, Marines. 
J. W. Green, Bayboro. 
L. M. Davis, Beaufort. 
W. L. Paul, Davis. 
D. R. Lewis, Marshallberg. 

D. H. Green, New Bern. 
Isaiah Davis, Smyrna. 

M. W. Heady, Swansboro. 
U. C. Holton, Vandemere. 
G. (Jr. Hatsell, Hubert. 
W L. Ramsey, Jacksonville. 

PEE DEE. 

J. M. Tyson. An^onville. 
J. T. Hendley, Wadesboro. 
■J. W. Thomas, Polkton. 
J. T. Gulledge, White Store. 
W. M. Thompson, Lilesville. 

C. Gresham, Hamlet. 

W. A. Weatherspoon, Laurinburg. 
J. F. Thomas, Morven. 

E. J. Hutchinson, Lilesville. 
T. B. Goodman, Polkton. 

W. F. Campbell, Rockingham. 

F. A. Osborne, Wadesboro. 
A. D. Griffin, Peachland. 
I. F. Thomas, Polkton. 

L. B. Williams, Rockingham. 
A. Boswell, Polkton. 
J. E. Efird, Polkton. 
W. R. Covington, Roberdel. 
J. A. Covington. Ellerbe. 
J. J. Parker, Cordova. 
A. A. McMillan, Maxton. 
W. C. Bivens, Wadesboro. 

PIEDMOXT. 

G. W. Woody, Greensboro. 

D. M. Moore, Roidsville. 
Wm. Cummings, Reidsville. 
G. P. Crutchfield, Greensboro. 
Lee H. Battle, Greensboro. 
W. E. Harrison, Greensboro. 
J. W. Fngleman. Gibsonville. 
D. H. Pa^noll. High Point. 
U. X. Ricliardson, High Point. 
G. R. Ellis, Liberty. 

L. C. Stephenson, Liberty. 
C. F. Moon, Franklinvillo. 
Lovick Sutts, Hartshorn. 
Charles T. Beasley, Randleman. 
M. E. Johnson, Ramseur. 
Z. H. Xeal. Reidsville. 
R. B. Murchison, Greensboro. 
S. W. Roberts, Ruffin. 
VVm. Morris, Liberty. 



J. W. Winchester, Summerfield. 
W. E. Rhodes, Proximity. 
C. N. Lowrv, Greensboro. 
E. C. Williams, Worthville. 

PILOT MOUNTAIN. 

P. M. Maitin, Ayersville. 
A. 1. Shouse, Winston-Salem. 
C. R. Hutclierson, Meadows. 
J. P. Covington, Pinnacle. 
W. A. Covington, Francisco. 
Frank Cook, Clemmons. 
J. T. Wall, Stoneville. 
T. B. Lindsay, Stoneville. 
Robt. uaker, Madison. 
H. C. Baughan, ^It. Airy. 
J. F. Hartgrove, Germanton. 
J. E. Hester, Kernersville. 
VV. B. Blair, Mt. Airy. 
W. W. Gardner, Kernersville. 
S. F. Slate, King. 
W. B. Wilson, Leaksville. 
C. L. Spaugh, Lewisville. 
J. M. Hill. Mt. Airy. 

A. H. Dallas, Reidsville. 
J. Walter Tuttle, King. 
J. H. Lewis, Germanton. 
Thos. D. Meador. Madison. 

B. R. Martin, INIayodan. 
F. E. Speas, Donnaha. 

T. L. Rumbly, Belews Creeks. 
W. D. Poore, Verona, Va. 

C. H. Boyles, Pinnacle. 

J. W. Redman. Pilot Mountain. 

L. W. jMarshall, Germanton. 

\v. P. Thompson, Wentworth. 

L. W. Clark, Spray. 

W. A. Sullivan. Pinnacle. 

J. W. Chilton, Mt. Airy. 

T. J. Parks, Winston-Salem. 

W. H. Crogan, Stoneville 

I. O. Hart, Clemmons. 

J. G. Shelton, Walnut Cove. 

E. L. Vogler, Winston-Salem. 

T. M. Xunn, Walkertown. 

R. K. Simmons, West field. 

Dr. W. J. Conrad, Winston-Salera. 



J. H. Campen, Apex. 

D. B. Harrison. Raleigh. 

Ed. Howard, Willow Springs. 

D. C. Smith, Raleigh. 

Sion Holleman, Carv. 

J. B. Womble, New Hill, 1. 

J. U. Luther, Gary. 1. 

John T. Pullen, Raleigh. 

J. H. Holland, Cardenas. 



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J. J. Bagwell, Garner. 
G. M. Beavers, Apex, 1. 
J. B. Herndon, ]\lorrisville. 
E. T. Scarboro, Eagle Rock. 

0. H. Collins, Holly Springs. 
T. H. Smith, Raleigh, 3. 

G. A. Andrews, Raleigh, 5. 
A. R. Edwards, Raleigh, 6. 
H. S. Banks, McCullers. 
A. L. Dodd, Morrisville. 
VV. L. King, Morrisville. 
Delma Morgan, Method. 

1. T. Goodwin, Raleigh, 6. 
J. H. Smith, Raleigh. 

J. P. Bridges, Raleigh. 

T. E. Cain, Gary. 

S. S. Marconi, Gary, 2. 

G. S. Wilson, New Hill. 

R. R. Jones, Apex. 

J. A. Luquire, Nelson. 

N. B. Broughton, Raleigh. 

J. G. Kemp, Wakefield. 

ROBESON. 

A, E. Israel, Lumberton. 

C. B. Thompson, Fairmont. 
L. B. Barnes, Lnmbeiton. 
A. L. Hayes, Marietta. 

E. L. Odum, Pembroke. 
J. G. Prevatt, -Lumberton. 
L. F. Martin, Norment. 
E. C. Nye, Orrum. 
W. R. Surles, Orrum. 
R. L. Pittman, Fairmont. 

E. N. Prevatt, Lumberton. 
Frank Gough, Lumber Bridge. 
J. M. Powell, Fair Bluff. 

J. D. Doans, Maxton. 

8. F. Britt, Kingsdale. 

W. L. Thompson, Lumberton. 

G. R. Thagard, Lvuuber Bridge. 

R. D. Caldwell, Lumberton. 

J. M. Burke, Maxton. 

J. Z. Stone, Orrum. 

D. W. McLean, r. f. d., Maxton. 
G. G. Currie, Hamer, S. C. 

F. J. Morgan, Marietta. 
Alfred Britt, Buie. 

A. Atkinson, Fairmont. 

E. F. Jones, Parkton. 
A. Chavers, Pembroke. 

T. H. Pittman, Hamer, S. C. 
A. L. Hall, McDonalds. 

G. W. Turner, Fairmont. 
Owen Odum, Buie. 

A. D. Kelly, Raeford. 
Pritchard Smith, Lumberton. 
R. F. DeVane, Red Springs. 



W. C. Lewis, Rennert. 
W. F. Bristow, Rowland. 
Richard Humphrey, Rennert. 
J. M. Sessoms, Howellsville. 
R. R. Barnes, Barnesville. 
Geo. Warwick, Lumberton. 
Joseph Russ, Lumberton. 
J. W. Branch, Tolarsville. 
J. M. Hill, Fairmont. 
Joseph Sessoms, Howellsville. 
J. R. Allen, Howellsville. 
H. Singletary, Lumberton. 
J. M. Quinan, Fairmont. 

SANDY CREEK. 

J. A. Brvant, Aberdeen. 
J. W. Phillips, Bear Creek. 
D. E. Murchison, Gulf. 
C. G. Sullivan, Carthage. 
J. J. Purvis, Joseph. 
J. E. Spence, Cole's Store. 

C. H. Teague, Cameron. 
H. F. Sea well, Carthage. 

D. H. Perry, Sanfoid. 
H. T. Brown, Coleridge. 

J. A. Desern, Eagle Springs. 
J. R .Ellingtoon, Pittsboro. 
T. J. Savage, Sanford. 
G. C. Phillips, Bear Creek. 

A. C. Bridges, Lockville. 
C. E. Lasatar, Moncure. 

E. V. Straughan, Silver City, 
W. W. Moore, Jonesboro. 

H. A. Teague, Silver City. 
W. Merritt Burns, Cumnock. 
Levi Maness, Carter's Mills. 
Dr. O. B. Strowd, Ore Hill. 
R. F. Andrews, Manndale. 
C. L. Kivettr, Liberty. 
E. L. Perry, Bynum. 
Jas. L. Giiffin, Pittsboro. 
C. M. Webster, Ore Hill. 
P. T. Farrell, Pittsboro. 
W. A. Duncan, Silver City. 

B. B. Webster, Cansey. 
W. A. McMasters, Staley. 

C. H. Smith, Sanford. 

D. L. Webster, Siler City. 
C. G. Frazier, Staley. 

N. D. Wells, Southern Pines. 
B. B. Phililps, Bear Creek. 
Neill Dunlap, Steed. 

SANDY RUN 1906, 

A. M. McKinnev, Ellenboro. 
S. C. Caliban, Forest City. 

B. E. Toms, Hollis. 

J. F. Riipp, Maud, S. C. 



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J. R. Moore, Caroleen. 

J. F. Alexander, Forest City. 

J. H. Blanton, Poor's Ford. 

T. Harris, Mooresboro. 

R. M. Wilson, Bostic. 

J. D. Carlton, Sunshine. 

W. H. Gardener, Lattimore. 

J. L. Jolly Cliffside. 

O. M. Holland, Forest City. 

L. B. Scruggs, Maud, S. C. 

W. A. Martin, Mooresboro. 

J. T. Rupp, Rutherfordton. 

J. F. Street. Cliffside. 

J. W. Duncan, Bostic. 

J, F. Weathers, Cliffside. 

J. J. Melton, Golden. 

J. J. Withro.v, Gamble's Store. 

J. D. Culbreth, Mooresboro. 

J. A. Hines, Melvin Hill. 

M. A. Walden, Henrietta. 

G. P. Henson, Island Ford. 

N. Bridges, Gaffney, S. C. 

A. R. Yelton, Bostic. 

W. G. Crow, Ellenboro. 

G. W. Settleniyre, Cliffdale. 

J. R. Dycus, Ellenboro. 

SOUTH FORK — 1906. 

F. A. McAllister, Alexis. 
L. 13. Lawin^;-, Lincolnton. 
W. C. Gulp, Belmont. 

H. C. Goodson, Henry. 

D. F. Hovis, Stanley. 

C. M. Wells, Lincolnton. 
P. G. Hevner, Jugtown. 
R. S. Lewis, Dallas. 
A. N. Jones, Alexis. 

E. A. Hurley, Gastonia. 
J. S. Wray, Gastonia. 

T. H. Roberts, Mountain Island. 
A. L. Boatwright, Hickory. 

G. P. Abeinathy, McAdenville. 
£j. L. Carpenter, Highshoals. 
W. S. Kid, Denver, 

J. J. Smith, Gastonia. 
J. 0. Aller, Lincolnton. 
E. N. Queen, Dallas. 
S. L. Bolinger, Lowell. 
W. T. Lee, Lincolnton. 

E. S. Whisnant, ^laiden. 
M. A. Harrell, McAdenville. 
L. A. Crawford, Hickory. 
J. D. Howe, Mt. Holly. 

M. C. Lowery, Maiden. 
C. T. Hoke. Ironton. 
G. H. Cochrane, Newton. 
J. T. Ervin, Catawba. 

F. A. Leak, Hickory. 



Roy Williams, Newton. 
Geo. Young, Henry. 
A. L. Cline, Southside. 
A, B. Harris, Lincolnton. 
J. E. C. Ford, Lowell. 
W. P. Rhoney, Newton. 

SOUTH RIVER. 

L. M. Cooper, Autry\nlle. 
N. T. Williams. Cooper. 
Walten Royall, Wade, 1. 
J. T. Williams, Autryville. 
W. B. Home, Autryville. 
W. J. Alderman, Parkersburg. 
J. A. Gates, Fayetteville. 
J. H. Warren, Huntley, 1. 
G. B. Bledsoe, Autryville. 
J. B. Bryant, Stedman. 
M. M. Sessoms, Mintz. 
J. T. McLamb, Pluntley. 
Tommie Williams. Roxboro. 
A. P. Howard, Salemburg. 
O. D. Strickland, Giles Mill. 
Rander Williams, Orange. 
E. T. Turlington, Clinton. 

SOUTH YADKIN. 

M. L. Branch, Statesville,6. 
C. L. Clark, Eufola. 

A. T. Hord, Cleveland. 

J. W. Parks, Salisbury, 7. 
C. W. Probst, China Grove. 
R. L. Lowery, Salisbury. 
J. W. Cieason, Cooleemee. 
G. W. Miller, Salisbury, 6. 

C. R. Myres, Jr., Salisbury, 5. 
J. B. Cain, Cana. 

E. H. Brown, Salisbury, 4. 
J. N. Wyatt, Mocksville. 
M. J. Hendrix, Mocksville. 
J. H. Parks. Granite Quarry. 

D. G. Swicegood, Mocksville, 4. 
N. G. Byerly. Mocksville. 

B. W. Kerr, Mooresville. 

W. C. Blaylock, Statesville, 4. 
J. R. Warren, Eufola. 
J. L. Yost, China Grove. 
J. E. Goodman, Rockwell. 

C. L. Bunch, Spencer. 

N. S. Gaither, Harmony, 1. 

F. F. Wooten. Statesville, 1. 
C. S. Miner, Salisbury. 

J. O. rnrnell. Statesville. 

G. E. Woodward. Statesville. 
Adam Ore, Salisbury, 4. 

STANLY. 
A. P. Harris, Albemarle. 
J. L. Russell, Albemarle. 



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145 



W. I. Rus?ell, Albemarle. 
J. D. Criseo, Efird's Mills. 
W. A. Cngle, Big Lick. 
Wm. Teeter, Sprite. 
A. F. Morton, liloomington. 
E. D. Thompson, Cottonville. 
N. J. Eagle, Ritchfield. 
W. K. Littleton, Albemarle. 

D. W. Garmond, Concord, 7. 
S. L. Morton, Richfield, 1. 
P. P. Braddy, Gold Hill. 

A. A. Hartsell, Locust. 
John Harington, Mission. 
G. M. Henderson, Norwood. 
J. E. Crook, New London. 

E. F. Eddins Pahnerville. 

A. E. Euuv, Mt. Pleasant, 1. 
R. C. Dry, Big Lick, 1. 

G. H. Corriher. Albemarle. 
L. H. Cooper, Porter. 
James Thomas, Albemarle. 

STONE MOUNTAIN. 
C. L Pars ns, Stanton. 
]\Iont. Bnrchett, Austin. 
J. M ."^b^her, Dpc' e'V. 
T. C. Woodruff, Moxley. 
Iredell Woody, Gray. 
Marcus Gnnbill. Debart. 
.J. A. Brooks, Cherrv Lane. 
R. C. Cnthren. Chuckle. 
Solomon Byrd. R( aring River. 
S. L. Blevins, New Life. 
.T. R. IMcCann. Devotion. 
Iredell Mvers, "Mulberry. 
C. M. Candill, Trap Hill. 
T. C. DeBorde, Hair. 
Henry Fengest, Jliles. 

STONY FOKK. 

J. F. Church, Foscoe. 
W. B. Culler, Hagaman. 

F. L. Dula. Elkville. 

L. P. Hodges, Blowing Rock. 
J. W. Harrison, Blowing Rock 
N. G. Wheeler, Ba'vho .. 
Wm. Minton. ^\t. Zicn. 

B. F. Wilcox, McGuire. 
A. B. Green, Sugailoaf. 
Noah Wli kler. Boon° 

R. L. Wagner, Stony Fork. 
W. R. Gr igg, Grand Father. 
.1 C. Waters, Summit. 
H. H. Church, Summit. 

su:?HY— loot). 
.Too PJiillips, Mt. Mvv. 

C. F. Car^r^n. Low Cap. 
J. S. Smith. Bridge. 



J. L. Jones, Rusk. 
K. Thompson, Kapp's Mill. 
H. M. Martin, Ronda. 
J. G. Burrus, Rockford. 
Wm. White, White Plains. 
I. W. Reece, Mt. Airy. 

A. E. Greece, Edward's Mill. 
J. F. Poindexter, Copeland. 
W. L. Reece, Dobson. 

R. W. Reece, Elkin. 

D. J. Melton, Zephyr. 

J. 1. Dimmcite, IJimmetle. 

J. A. Snow, Dobson. 

F. C. Sprinkle, Rusk. 

F. T. Lewellyn, Haystack. 

R. W. Boyles. Pine" Ridge. 

D. J. Sloan, Siloam. 
N. H. Adams, Venable. 
Freelin Riddle, Belo. 
S. W. Hill, Siloam. 

TAR KI\^R— 1906. 
W. J. Collier. Brinklevville. 

B. L. Strickland, Battleboro. 
J. W. Bowers, Aslee. 

J. T. Smith, Bethel. 

A. H. Hoyle, Henderson. 

S. J. Bartholomew, Castalia. 

A. Corey, Jamesville. 

J. B. Fulghum, Stallings. 

J. G. Falkner, Engleside. 

W. B. Carmichael, Nashville. 

W. J. Wilder, Sprinar Hope. 

0. C. Stallings, Enfield. 

Miss Z. A. Eag'es, Crisp. 

J. T. Sexton, Tarboro. 

A. B. Cameron, Elm City. 

A. A. Hedgepeth, Nashville. 

C. Highsmith, Enfield. 

E. L Hale, Littleton. 
R. L. Averitt, Civerton. 
H. E. Rodwell, Macon. 

O. L. Pittman, Whitaker. 

W. H. Ragsdale, Greenville. 

L. L. Johnson, Hamilton. 

W. H. Mabry, Essex. 

J. T. Alderman. Henderson. 

T. E. Powell, Whitaker. 

E. L. Brown, Hobsood. 

J. C. Creech. Glove. 

J. H. Massev, Pilot. 

L. W. Baglpy, Littleton. 

W. E. Joyner, Nashville. 

J. L. Coleman, Macon. 

J. W. Strmge. Mapleville. 

A. P. Mu^tian, Macon. 

R. L. Bennett, Middleburg. 

W. A. Bowden, Spring Hope. 



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X. C. BAPTIST STATE COXVE^^sTIO^". 



Thomas Shearington, Alert. 
W. C. Strickland, Wood. 
W. T. Johnson. Laurel, 

B. G. Alford, Nashville. 
W. B. Daniel. Henderson. 
L. E. White, Wilson. 
David Wist, Henderson. 
M. N. Parrish. Henderson. 

F. C. Ferguson. Eoiky Mmmt. 
J. A. Daughtridge, Nashville. 
S. Goode, Sprine Hope. 

A. C. Griffin, Nashville. 

W. R. White, Plymouth. 

,T. P. Chears, Sutton. 

Pvuffin Griffin, Castalia. 

W. H. Faulkner, Eocky Mount. 

Wm. Tucker, Grove Hill. 

J. K. Dickerson, Roanoke Rapid? 

J. D. Everett. Robersonville. 

W. S. Strickland. Lewisburg. 

W. R. Lancaster, Rocky Mount. 

R. 0. Caudle, Rosemary. 

C. H. Murry, Samaria. 

G. B. West, Louisburg. 

R. M. Johnson Scotland Neck. 

W. O. Dunn, Wise. 

H. B. Haywood. Wakefield. 

A. T. Barnes, Henderson. 

A. J. Parker, Speeds. 

J. H. Williams. Spring Hope. 

S. .T. F. Filer, Rocky Mount. 

J. P. Sh-pherd, Elbon. 

S. J. Austin, Tarboro. 

W. P. Thrower. Veni. 

A. T. Barnes, Vaughn. 

W. E. Hawks, \\ arren Pl'iins. 
J. R. Rod-well, Warrenton. 
J. H. Hyman, Washington. 

B. A. Pope, Wei don. 

.1. R. M^nk?, Whitaker. 

D. B. Pierce, Castalia. 

S. A. Newell. Williamston. 
W. ;M. Moss, Wilson. 

TENNESSEE RIVER — 190fi. 

C. M. Davis. Robbinsville. 
Allen Welch, Proctor. 

.T. W. Cove". Almond. 
John IT. Jenkins, Stccoah. 
W. M. Lanej, Brys -n City. 
W. H. Blancha-d, Sipoke Mont. 
N. T. Savycr, Jud=on. 
.T. T. Patterson. .Tudson. 

E. C. Marr, Xeedmore. 

J. R. SmJey, Needmore. 

.t. 1! Oliver, Gee. 

W. H. Cole, Gee. 

W. R. Monteith. Brvson City. 



0. P. Wiliams, Brvson City. 

L. E. Williams, Whittier. 

L. I. INlarsliburn, Duval. 

.T. M. jMarshburn. Duval. 

D. S. Lindsay. Bryson City. 

T. A. Carpenter, Cheoah. 

R. Rogers, Robbinsville. 

R. T. Cunningham, Needmore. 

S.' B. T. Gibson, Swain. 

E. D. Green, Judson. 

J. R. Martin, Bushnell. 

C. C. Bryson, Nantahala. 

J. T. Gibbey, ><cedmore. 

J. W. Rogers, Cheoah. 

J. H. Brown, Bryson City. 

A. J. Hall, Bryson City. ' 

Janies Oliver, Noland. 

THREE FORKS — 1906. 

W. J. Farthing, Watauga Falls. 

E. .T. Farthing, Sugar Grove. 

J. R. Wilson,"Reece. 

W. D. Fai thing, Matney. 

J. M. Hodges, Whaley. 

n. D. Douufherty. Boone. 

.T. E. Hnys, Hasraman. 

J. D. Brown, Blowing Rock. 

W. F. Sh-rwood. Amantha. 

.T. T. Simmons. Boone. 

Haidy Baird. W. W. Bass, Googoo. 

D. B." Clark. Tamarack. 
S. L. INIar.-hall. Hale. 

J. R. Grider, Dark Ridse. 

B. C. Hag:iman, Sweet Water. 

E. Greene. Whaley. 

G. W. Smith, Hopkins. 

E G. ]\Tinto 1, Boone. 

W. R. ]\Ioove. Ru^h'^iwo^d. 

N. L. Bvers. Z'onvlle. 

.T. C Ch'pnell, Balm. 

G. W. PhilTps, Beech Creek. 

:Milton Hodges. Vilas. 

J. Al. Elrod, Blowing Rock. 

W. B. Gnvbeal, ^last. 

W. M. Cannon, Elk Park. 

W. H. Pi nninTt-^n. Zionville. 

W. N. Howell, Brook Side. 

J. C. Shun. S'luli's ^U]]<. 

A. E. Go"ns. Penley. 

L. N. Pcrkin'--. Boore. 

A. .T. Gambill, Peoria. 

.T M. Hodges, Alable. 

,\ . R"itf>n. Zionville. 

T. .T Palmer, Leander. 

TR.VNSVT.VANIA. 

C. M. Gallam-^rc, Brevard, 
i:. V. Neill, P.rnvard. 



SUNDAY SCHOOL SUPERIXTENDENTS. 



147 



J. H. Bagwell, Eeba. 
J. M. Hamlin, Brevard. 
H. W. Hogsed. See Off. 
M. L. Jones, Penrose. 
G. T. Glazener, Brevard. 
J. S. Bagwell, East Fork. 

E. M. Allison. Grange. 
W. M. Bird, Nineve. 

W. P. Hogsed, Cherryfield. 
A. N. Collins, Quebec. 
J. M. Powell, Rio, S. C. 
Street Burns. Cedar Mountain. 
S. W. Smith, Balsam Grove. 
R. M. Powell, Galloway. 
P. M. Orr, Brevard. 

TUCKASEIGEE. 

R. M. Fisher, Barker's Creek. 
W. A. Clayton, Addie. 
J. N. Wilson, Painter. 
R. F. Jarrett. Dillsboro. 

F. C. Lawing. Dillsboro. 

G. C. Crawford, Balsam. 
W. H. Jones, Deets. 

W. A. Henson, Beta. 

Z. V. vVatson, Spetdweil. 

John L. Hvatt, \^'hittier. 

T. C. Bryson, Sylva. 

J. H. Bradley, Wilmot. 

R. L. Middleton, Tuckaseigee. 

C. S. Buchanan, Green's Creek. 

W. D. Bishop, Deets. 

A. W. Davis, Webster. 

J. L. Snider, Balsam. 



J. S. Bancom, Unionville, 1. 
I. S. Simpson, Monroe, 2. 

F. A. Marsh, Marshville, 1. 
Findly Franklin, Monroe 9. 
H. W. Preslar, Peachland. 

G. W. Baucom, Monroe 6. 
W. H. Helms, Waxhaw, 1. 
I. B. Staton, Marshville. 

W. L. Biggers, Unionville, 1. 

I. T. Black, Waxhaw. 

J. B. Mangum, Monroe 8. 

J. C. Morgan, Marshville. 

J. W. Bivens, Wingate. 

W. E. Williams, Umonville, 2. 

F. B. Ashcraft, !Monroe. 

M. L. Davis, Monroe, 1. 

A. E. Rushing, Marshville, 3. 

I. E. Sustar, Matthews. 

R. W. Hair, Monroe. 

J. J. Williams, Peachland. 

M. N. Bivens, Monroe. 

J. M. Kinp'. Monroe, 5. 



I. W. Pritchard, Olive Branch. 

M. C. King, Marshville. 

A. M. Price, Monroe. 

D. C. Montgomery, Monroe 9. 

A. B. Helms, Monroe, C. 
H. F. Parker, Monroe 1. 
L. M. Riner, Waxhaw. 

WEST CHOWAN 1906. 

G. W.White, Aulander. 
Josiah Brown, Coleraine. 
D. B. Lassiter, Potecasi. 
D. R. Britton, Coleraine. 
Magnus Joyner, Woodland. 
J. R. Phelps, Merry Hill. 
W. J. Barnes, Lewiston. 
C. L. L. Cobb, Kelford. 
R. W. Fleetwood, Jackson. 
J. H. Bowen, Aske\\wille. 
J. E. Vann, Winton. 

C. S. Godwin, Ahoskie. 
T. Gilliam, Windsor. 

H. J. Ward, Merry Hill. 
W. J. Cowan, Cofield. 
R. A. Majette, conio. 

D. Taylor, Harrellsville. 

Jordan Edwards, Margarettsville. 

C. E. Davis, Lasker. 

Worley Cowand, Windsor. 

J. W. Holloman, Harrellsville. 

J. P. Holloman, Kich Square. 

C. L. Stephenson, Gumberry. 

J. W. Rose, Margarettsville. 

R. T. White, Conway. 

J. P. Slade, Aulander. 

J. W. Sanderlin, Windsor. 

Edwin Lassiter, Creeksville. 

J. R. Sanders, Quitsna. 

W. T. Truett, Murphy. 

E. P. Moss, Hayesville. 

W. N. Lovingood, Andrews. 
J. R. Byrum, Coleraine. 
W. A. Thomas, Cofield, 
C. J. Joyner, Aulander. 
W. H. Miller, Ahoskie. 
C. H. Griffin, Woodland. 
E. H. Dew, Cofield. 
John Freeman, Union. 
R. L. Edwards, Ahoskie. 
J. L. Joyner, Severn. 
E. Leggett, Windsor. 
J. R. Crocker, f~eaboard. 
E. L. Bishop, Roxobel. 

B. F. Martin, Conway. 
E. J. Grant, Lasker. 

W. T. Carstarphen, Garysburg. 
A. E. Saunders, Aulander. 



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148 



jV. C. baptist state CONVENTIOjST. 



H. V. Scarborough, Murfreesboro. 

J. W. Boone, Winton. 

J. K. Parker, Murfreesboro. 

J. T. Long, Jackson. 

G. M. Hollonian, Woodland. 

J. F. Penriewell, Gumberry. 

WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA. 

C. T. Sisk. Andrews. 

W. T. Graves, Hayesville. 

S. H. iStalcup, Murphy. 

W. J. Winchester, Hayesville. 

T. C. Canup, Hayesville. 

G. A. Sellers, Hayesville. 

N. B. Lovingood, Grandview. 

Carl Seroggs. Brasstown. 

J. F. Palmer, Marble. 

G. S. McBluse. Hayesville. 

G. W. Penland, Elf. 

W. H. Hogsed, Sr., Shooting Creek. 

■J. A. Rowland, Anyone. 

W. M. Lowe, Hayesville. 

A. J. Barnett, Murphy. 

Henry McGuire, Murphy. 

WILMINGTON. 

G. W. Smith. Atkinson. 
K. D. Tnomas, Holly Ridge. 
W. C. Keith, Currie. 
J. T. Bland, Burgaw. 

D. J. Corbett, Sr., Currie. 
Wm. Malpass, Currie. 

W. E. Taylor, Richlands. 

L. H. Vollers, Kelly. 

J. L. Costin, Ivanhoe. 

M. B. Humphrey, Jacksonville. 

0. D. Malpass, Burgaw. 

J. P. Herring, Wilmington. 

A. Carroll, Watha. 

C, C. Williamson, Wilmington. 

N. J. Lanier, Rocky Point. 

R. D. Thomas, Holly Ridge. 

W. W. Larkins, Rocky Point. 

J. C. Davis. Sneed"s Ferry. 



W. J. Killy, Nat Moore. 
Alfred Kenan, Ivanhoe. 
Jas. Dawson, Jacksonville. 

A. F. Bland, Teachey. 
W. S. Teachey, Wallace. 
J. R. Highsmith, Kerr. 
R. T. Rivenbark, Willard. 

B. T. Hopkins, Wilmington. 

C. E. Rice, Wilmington. 
A. L. Vann, Wilmington. 



Sanford Betts, Cana. 

C. R. Transou, Boonville. 

I. J. Cranfil, Yadkinville. 

Enos Stinson, Boonville. 

J. H. Sailor, Mana. 

W. N. Horn, East Bend. 

H. J. Mickev, Siloam. 

E. J. Eaton, Yadkinville. 

J. F. Reece, Hamptonville. 

L. A. Speas, Cana. 

W. A. Hollman, Jonesville. 

W. F.Reeee, Jonesville. 

A. S. Mathis, Swan Creek. 

C. F. Jenkins. Boonville. 
S. S. Wagoner, Marler. 

D. G. Reece, Boonville. 
T. V. Foote. Yadkinville. 

B. D. Houser, Williams. 
Isaac Shore, Yadkinville. 
A. F. Jeffries, Farmington. 

YANCEY — 1906, 
L. H. Hutchins, Windom. 
W. E. Gouge, Newdale. 
W. T. Tomberlin, Swiss. 
J. S. Farnor, Kittyton, Tenn. 
D. C. Renfro, Toledo. 
W. T. Hiffgins, Flag Pond, Tenn. 
J. W. Bryant, Wilhite. 
Charles Wilson, Burnsville. 
W. D. Blalock, Celo. 
Aaron Shuford, Celo. 



STATISTICAL SUMMARY. 



In this final report of the present Statistical Secretary it is a pleasure 
to lay before the Convention the fullest as well as the latest figures yet 
gathered of its constituency. That they are still incomplete he is fully 
aware; and it will take perhaps five years more of diligent statistical 
work to secure figures entirely full and accurate and immediately down 
to date. Thus the latest figures obtainable for fifteen Associations 
are a year old ; this, however, is an improvement over any previous year, 
and 1907 figures would doubtless effect little change in the aggregates. 
Moreover, the reports from the churches of their gifts are in many 
cases neither complete nor definite, and this is embodied in the work 
of associational clerks; thus the gifts to Sunday School Missions, the 
youngest of our seven regular objects, ar-^ sometimes confounded with 
"Sunday School Expenses" or "Contributions from the Sunday School," 
and sometimes grouped in the column for "Other Objects." 

For these freshest figures from our churches the associational minutes 
have been ransacked and additional data kindly furnished by the asso- 
ciational clerks. It is hoped they will be as serviceable to the brother- 
hood as in many respects they are gratifying. 

■ Aggregates. — Of the 1,850 churches whose names are published, mem- 
bership figures are reported from 1,824, the total being 202,184. If the 
26 churches not reporting membership are up to the average (110 mem- 
bers each), the white Baptists of the State number within a fraction of 
205,000. Baptisms were reported from 1,303 churches, the total being 
13,225. There was reported for State Missions $29,738.61 (though 
combining Sunday School and Associational with State Missions the 
actual aggregate acknowledged by the Convention Treasurer was $38,- 
068.37 — the figure that will be used in the comparisons to follow) ; for 
Home Missions, $18,697.96; for Foreign Missions, $35,485.13; for the 
Orphanage, $28,714.80; for Ministerial Education, $4,178.27; for Aged 
Ministers, $2,892.86; for Sunday School Missions, $1,210.30; the grand 
total being $120,917.93. 

Contributing Churches. — Of the 1,542 contributing churches, as re- 
ported, there were 1,389 which contributed to the Orphanage; 1,318 to 
State Missions; 1,227 to Foreign Missions; 1,159 to Home Missions; 
715 to Aged Ministers; 620 to Ministerial Education; and 302 to 
Sunday School Missions. There were 185 that reported offerings for all 
these benevolences. 

Churches Leading. — In membership Raleigh Tabernacle leads with 
1,015. In number of baptisms Cedar Branch, in Tar Eiver, lead's Avith 
105, if there is no typographical error; otherwise, Salisbury First leads 
with 84, while Asheville First follows closely with 81. The largest 
contribution to State Missions was by Raleigh First ($759.86), Wil- 



150 X. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION". 

mington First being not far below ($742.72) ; to Home Missions, Char- 
lotte First with $839.55, Asheville First giving $500; to Foreign Mis- 
sions, Asheville First with $1,460.25, five other churches giving more 
than $1,000 each— Gastonia First $1,358.55, Charlotte First $1,318.25, 
Wilmington First $1,261.65, Winston-Salem First $1,143.63, and Raleigh 
Tabernacle $1,024.37; to the Orphanage, Scotland Xeck with $1,054.55, 
though including a bequest covering most of the amount Salemburg 
leads ^yith $1,917.63; to Ministerial Education, Morehead City with 
$316.87; to Aged Ministers, Durham First, with $50; to Sunday School 
Missions, Raleigh Tabernacle with $74.89; and to all objects Asheville 
First with $3,219.42. 

Associations Leading. — The Tar River leading in number of churches 
(100) leads also in baptisms with 739, the West Chowan having 620 
and four other Associations more than 400 each; in gifts to State Mis- 
sions ($3,775.70), eleven other Associations giving more than $1,000 
each: to Home Missions ($1,702.62), four other Associations giving 
more than $1,000 each; to Foreign Missions ($2,216.56), though Mt. 
Zion gave $2,136, South Fork $2,016, and thirteen others more than 
$1,000 each; to the Orphanage ($3,938.40), eight others going beyond 
$1,000 each; and total contributions ($12,193.92), sixteen others giving 
from $3,000 to $7,000 each. West Chowan leads in membership with 
11,281, the Tar River standing at 10,977. Piedmont leads in per capita 
contributions to the seven regular objects at $1.65, ten other Associations 
going above $1.00 each. For Ministerial Education Xeuse-Atlantic 
leads with a gift of $441.20. Mt. Zion leads in contributions to Aged 
Ministers ($258.29) and to Sunday School Missions $175.38. 

Per Capita Contributions — Churches. — In 62 churches this year, as 
against 42 last, the average contribution per member for the seven 
regular Conventional objects was more than $2.00. Salemburg leads 
with $10.01 per capita; Ephesus (in Mt. Zion) comes next with $8.05; 
then follow Gastonia First at $7.46, Scotland Neck at $6.58. and Lum- 
berton at $6.16. Weldon stood at $4.85, Pittsboro at $4.80, Rock Grove 
at $4.75, Wilmington First and Halifax each at $4.01. From States- 
ville First came $3.86; Durham First and Winston-Salem First $3.81 
each: Warrenton $3.78; Cameron and Raleigh First $3.68; Charlotte 
First and Brown Memorial (Winston-Salem) $3.65; Greensboro First 
$3.54; Wilkesboro $3.51; Forest Avenue, Greensboro, $3.50: Chapel Hill 
$3.48; Pritchard Memorial, Charlotte, $3.46; Asheville First $3.34; 
Thomasville $3.33; Ashboro St., Greensboro, $3.21; New Bern Taber- 
nacle, $3.12; Greenville and Morehead City $3.04 each; Laurinburg 
gave $2.94; Marion $2.92; Wake Forest $2.85; N. Rocky Mount $2.84; 
Smithfield $2.82; New Bern First $2.77; Hickory $2.70; Hamlet $2.64; 
Hillsbol-o $2.58; Edenton $2.57; Chadbourn and Spring Hope each 
$2.49; Clayton $2.48; Nashville $2.43; LeaksviUe $2.40; Sanford $2.38; 
Spring Hill (in Pee Dee) $2.36; Middleburg $2.35; Holly Springs (in 
Little River) $2.34; Rocky Mount $2.33; Dallas and Belhaven and 



STATISTICAL SUMMARY. 151 

Antioch (in Neuse) $2.31 each; Rutherfordton $2.25; High Point First 
$2.18; Maxton $2.17; Aberdeen $2.16; Globe $2.14; Sharon $2.12; 
Henderson $2.11; Micro $2.08; Johnson $2.06; New Bethel (in Kings 
Mountain) $2.01. These churches belong to 25 Associations. 

Per Capita Contributions — Associations. — Two years ago five Asso- 
ciations reported each an average contribution of more than $1.00 per 
member. A year ago eight were numbered in this class. This year 
there are eleven. Piedmont stands first at $1.65; South River second 
at $1.33; Neuse-Atlantic third at $1.29 (the separate figures giving 
Neuse $1.34 and Atlantic $1.22) ; Mecklenburg-Cabarrus fourth at $1.26; 
Buncombe fifth at $1.23; Tar River and Wilmington sixth and seventh 
at $1.11 each; Central and Mt. Zion eighth and ninth at $1.08 each; 
Robeson tenth at $1.05; and Pilot Mountain eleventh at $1.00 by one- 
thirteenth of a cent grace. The Raleigh averaged 98 cents per member; 
South Yadkin 96, and South Fork 91. Four other Associations averag- 
ing more than 75 cents per member were Beulah, Flat River, Johnston, 
and Pee Dee. The others giving more than half a dollar were Chowan, 
Eastern, Liberty, Little River, and Sandy Creek.. In five Associations 
the per capita contributions are less than a nickel each, while in five 
others the average is less than a dime. 

Other Averages. — With 1,850 churches, our average church has 110 
members, reported seven baptisms last year, and gave $20.57 to State 
Missions; $10.10 to Home Missions; $19.20 to Foreign Missions; $15.52 
to the Orphanage; $2.26 to Ministerial Education; $1.56 to Aged Min- 
isters ; and 65 cents to Sunday School Missions ; making a total of 
$69.80 for these objects. Our membership being 202,184, the average 
North Carolina Baptist gave last year 19 cents to State Missions, nearly 
10 cents to Home Missions, 17 cents to Foreign Missions, 2 cents to Min- 
isterial Education, 1 cent to Aged Ministers, and six mills to Sunday 
School Missions, making 64 cents for all these objects. The average 
Sunday school has 7 officers and teachers, an enrollment of 83, and 
(counting the Ti'easurer's receipts) gave $1.00 to Sunday School Mis- 
sions. There was one baptism last year to 10 Sunday School scholars 
and 15 church members. 

Blanks. — As reported, there are 136 churches temporarily pastorless; 
547 had no baptisms; while of 26 the number of members has not been 
obtained. No contributions were reported for State Missions from 
532 churches; for Home Missions from 691 churches; for Foreign Mis- 
sions from 623 churches; for Orphanage from 461 chvirches; for Min- 
isterial Education from 1,230 churches; for Aged Ministers from 1,135 
churches; and for Sunday School Missions from 1,548 churches. While 
1,357 churches have each one or more blanks in their financial columns, 
there are 308 churches that report no benevolent contributions what- 
ever. Among the Associations the Brier Creek alone reported nothing 
for State Missions; Brier Creek, Elkin, New Found, and Stony Fork 
nothing for either Home or Foreign Missions; Liberty-Ducktown noth- 



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ing for the Orphanage; 18 have blanks in the column for Ministerial 
Education; 17 in that for Aged Ministers; and 29 in that for Sunday 
School Missions. 

Sunday School Status. — Though our figures are still incomplete, we 
are able to locate 1,679 schools, with 11,050 officers and teachers, and 
an enrollment of 139,467. We still have reported nearly 200 more 
churches than Sunday Schools. There are 859 evergreen schools; 
there were 731 last year. In 481 churches the Sunday School enroll- 
ment is larger than the church membership. The same is true of four 
Associations: Elkin, Mecklenburg-Cabarrus, Piedmont, and Raleigh. 
Baptisms from the Sunday School are reported from 31 Associations, 
the total being 3,688. From 24 Associations 77 branch or mission 
schools are reported. As many as or more Sunday Schools than 
churches are reported from twelve Associations: Beulah, Caldwell, 
Carolina, Elkin, Pilot Mountain, Raleigh, Robeson, Sandy Run, Stanly, 
Surry, Three Forks, and Western North Carolina. Thirty Associations 
report gifts to Sunday School Missions, though contributions from a 
dozen others were in associational minutes grouped in column of 
"Other Objects." 

Woman's Work. — The table giving data regarding our Woman's Mis- 
sionary Union (including Woman's Missionary Societies, Young Wo- 
man's Auxiliary, and Sunbeams) shows that in eight Associations no 
Associational Vice-President has been secured, and that 10 Associations 
report no Societies. In the other 50 Associations 994 Societies are 
reported, though only about 800, having sent in a list of their officers, 
number of members, and other data, appear on the quarterly mailing 
list of the Corresponding Secretary. In number of Societies West 
Chowan leads with 85 ; Tar River comes second with 77 ; Mt. Zion third 
with 55; Robeson fourth with 45; and Chowan fifth with 43. Within 
the past twelvemonth 150 new Societies have been organized. The 
total contributions for the last W. M. U. year were $20,804.89. The 
Societies in Buncombe, Central, Mecklenburg-Cabarrus, Mt. Zion, Robe- 
son, Tar River, and West Chowan aggregated each more than $1,000, 
those in Mt. Zion leading with $2,071. The financial aim of the Union 
for the present year (ending March, 1908) is $26,000. With their 
membership equal to only about one-sixteenth of the aggregate mem- 
bership of our churches, our sisters of the Union are contributing about 
one-fourth of our total gifts to State, Home, and Foreign Missions — the 
three regular objects of their benevolence. 

Baptist Schools and Colleges. — Reports from 25 schools and colleges 
have been received and tabulated, 8 not returning the blanks forwarded 
for this year's figures. Robeson Institute at Lumberton and Pee Dee 
Institute at Wadesboro, having been changed to public high schools, 
disappear from this list. Lenoir Academy, for want of a Principal, 
has not been opened as yet this year. During the session of 1906-1907 
there were 4,476 students enrolled. Fourteen institutions report their 



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registration November 1, 1907, the total being 2,348, ten schools report- 
ing a total of 140 ministerial students, while the teaching force num- 
bers 174. Land, buildings, equipment, and endowment are valued at 
$944,268. The endowment of Wake Forest is $280,368; of Baptist 
University for Women $37,000; and of Winterville High School $500. 

'New Churches. — In 16 Associations 22 churches were organized last 
year. Four are reported in Tar River, three in South Fork, two in 
Robeson, and one each in thirteen other Associations. 

Frequency of Preaching.— With a gain of ten over last year, we still 
have only 87 churches reporting preaching every Sunday. Those hav- 
ing preaching two Sundays a month now number just 100, which is 22 
more than a year ago. Thus we have 1,663 churches at present sup- 
plied with only once-a-month preaching. 

Advance over 1906.— The present figures register the following ad- 
vance over last year: 43 more churches; 7,699 more church members; 
2,120 more baptisms; 110 more churches reporting baptisms; 57 more 
churches contributing to all objects; 48 more churches contributing to 
one or more objects without contributing to all; 20 more churches 
giving more than $2.00 per capita; 10 more churches having preaching 
every Sunday; 22 more churches having preaching two Sundays each 
month; 3 more Associations giving more than $1.00 per capita; and 
from our aggregate membership 10 cents per capita more for the seven 
objects of the Convention. In contributions there has been a round 
gain of $8,000 for State Missions, $5,500 for Foreign Missions, $2,000 
each for Orphanage and Home Missions, $283 for Aged Ministers, and 
$231 for Sunday School Missions. With an increased, list of churches 
there are five fewer churches blank in all benevolences. Our schools 
and colleges report 145 more students, 21 more ministerial students. 
The Woman's Missionary Union reports 150 new Societies, and is 
making an advance of $6,000 in contributions. In Sunday School work 
there was a gain of 219 schools, 1,363 officers and teachers, and 23,758 
in enrollment; and there are 128 more evergreen schools. 




First Baptist Church, Wilson.